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Pikeville College, which is 
now in its 75th year of serving 
Eastern Kentucky as a co-educa- 
tional body, has grown from a 
training school to a junior 
college and finally to a four 
year degree-granting institution. 
Throughout its existence Pike- 
ville College has served as the 
pulse of education in Eastern 
Kentucky. With the efforts of 
a devoted faculty and student 
body the college will continue 
to move forward, to expand its 
influence for God, and to con- 
tribute intellectually and eco- 
nomically to the area that it 
serves. 



SPECIAL COLLECTIONS 

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Seventy- five years ago in Eastern Kentucky there was 
a great need among the people of these hills for a college. 
Due to the efforts of three Presbyterian ministers, Pike- 
ville Collegiate Institute which was to become the present 
college was established in the fall of 1889- Through 
three-quarters of a century since PikeviUe College opened, 
it has changed the destiny of this area more than any- 
thing else that has happened here. It has grown until 
it now more than fulfills the vision of its founders in ^ 
meeting the educational needs of this once isolated 
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Preparing Students 






Nowhere else are our lives so imprinted as they are during 
our four years at Pikeville College. It is here that we come as 
uncertain freshmen, hoping to develop into successful, mature 
adults. It is our college, that provides us with the opportunities 
necessary to prepare us in those areas which are vital to future 
success. The untold hours of note-taking and lecture . . . the 
endless volumes of reading and research in the library . . . the 
victories and losses of sports events . . . the beauty and excite- 
ment of formal dances . . . the quiet and soul-searching hours 
of discovering ourselves. All have contributed to the years of 
preparation which we have chosen to spend at Pikeville Col- 
lege. 





Academically . . . 




Adequate classroom facilities, and a 
devoted able faculty provide the back- 
ground for the educational program at 
Pikeville College. 

Within the buildings which house 
the college, and through the knowledge 
and instruction of the faculty, the stu- 
dent develops the potential to achieve 
his goals. He acquires knowledge which 
is useful, not just an acquisition of 
credits, but a composite of "Liberal 
knowledge". As a famous person once 
said, "Education is a great monument; 
without it, the past would be lost, the 
present stagnated, and the future oblit- 
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Pikeville College, which is a Pres- 
byterian related institution, provides 
spiritvial as well as academic guid- 
ance. 

The college itself has a daily wor- 
ship service. But in the solitude of 
the Meditation Chapel students often 
find the solution to personal prob- 
lems. 

College life is not complete if the 
Christian emphasis is omitted. The 
aims of Christian fellowship at Pike- 
ville College are to lead students to 
Christ, to develop a high degree of 
Christian character, and to stress 
potential Christian leadership. 



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Perhaps the challenge most 
easily met, and yet the most 
rewarding, is the challenge of 
working with people. The close 
relationship of roommates, -the 
rewarding associations with 
classmates, and the valued 
friendship of faculty members 
and administrators all make im- 
portant contributions to the 
personality of each student. 
Through these social relation- 
ships friends are made, inter- 
ests are broadened and ideas 
are developed which help each 
student to become a well- 
rounded person. 

These close relationships are 
developed on the playing court, 
on the stage, in the rehearsal 
hall, and in the dormitories. 




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Challenge 



Through these doors step tomorrow's leaders. It is here at Pikeville 
College that we prepare ourselves to achieve professional status. We 
must meet the challenges and responsibilities of the Space Age in 
order to make this world of crises and anxiety a world of peace, prog- 
ress, and hope. We must adjust to the rapid pace of our moving so- 
ciety, and we must gear our ideas to the challenges that lie in the 
fields of medicine, chemistry, business, and the arts. This blending of 
mind and character must be achieved, for it is from these halls and 
through these doors at Pikeville College that tomorrow's hope will 
walk— today's answer to tomorrow's challenge. 





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Message Iwm the President 




t-^ikeville, KeritucKij 




Pikeville College has made vast strides since its humble 
founding in 1889. From a one -building and one -teacher preparatory 
school, it has grown in three-quarters of a century to a fully accredited 
four-year college, with assets that total over four million dollars, and 
a school plant that boasts seven major buildings and a thousand-acre 
farm. 

On 4 January 1965, Pikeville College received full-membership 
status in the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges, culminating 
seven long years of struggle for this recognition. Your alma mater has 
membership in the Association of American Colleges, the American 
Council on Education, and is on the approved list of the American 
Association of University Women. 

Pikeville College graduates are eligible to apply for admission 
to the nation's finest graduate and professional universities, to be licensed 
as teachers, and as applicants for professional rating positions in state 
and federal governmental service. 

Pikeville College's star is rising. We increased our enrollment 
more than twenty per cent this past year. Our students represent eighteen 
states and three foreign countries. As 1965 graduates, you leave our 
academic halls to go forth to serve God and Country. Strive to say with 
the Apostle Paul - "I have fought a good fight; I have finished my course; 
I have kept the faith. " 

Our love and our faith are ever yours. 



Very sincerely, 

-~ B. H. Jar 
President 




B.S. Pennsylvania State College 

A.M. and Ed.D. George Washington Universit)' 

Litt.D. Ewha Women's University, Seoul, Korea 



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Academic Deau 
REDIFORD DAMRON 
Morehead State College, B.A. 
University of Kentucky, M.A. 





Dean of Students 
HOWARD HOOVER 
Illinois State University, B.S. Ed. 
M.S. Ed. 



Dean of Women 
LYNNE BONNETT 
Baker University, A.B. 
Indiana University, M.S. 



J^mMstratm 



Registrar 

JOHN WADDELL 
Pikeville College, B.S. 
Morehead State College, M.A. 




Business Manager 
RALPH KILGORE 
Bowling Green Business 

University 
Booth Business School 
LaSalle Extension University 




Librarian 

BRUCE BROWN 
Morehead State A.B. 
Blake College, B.A. 
Antioch College 




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Chairman 

DR. ROBERT HACKE 
University of Arizona, B.A. 
McCormick Seminary, B.D. 
St. Andrews University, Ph.D. 




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MARY BELLE GEORGE 
University of OkLahoma, B.A., 
M.A. 




CHRISTINA GOODMAN 
Pikeville College, B.S. 
University* of Kentucky, M.A. 



Mummities 



TALMA HANEY 
Culver-Stockton College, B.A. 
Western Illinois State College, 
M.S. 




DR. JOHN PAUL JONES 
Tulsa University, B.A. 
University of Iowa, M.A. 
Peabody College, Ph.D. 




MARGARET E. JONES 
Chattanooga University, B.M. 
Peabody College, A.M. 




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MARION KELLY 

Auburn University, B.S., M.S. 




J. LAYNE TACKETT 
Morehead State College, A.B., 
M.A. 




MARGUERITE WEBER 
Institute for Noble Girls Rerich's 

Art Schools in St. Petersburg, 

M.A. 





DR. CEDRIC YEO 

Dalhousie University, B.A. 
Yale University, Ph.D. 



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SducatioH and Psychology 





Chairman 
DR. O. F. FRYE 
Southwestern College, B.S. 
Memphis State University, M.A. 
University of Mississippi, Ph.D. 



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PAUL BUTCHER 

Morehead State College, B.A. 





HELEN B. OSBORNE 
Mary Hardin-Baylor, B.A. 
Texas State for Women, M.A. 
Indiana University, Directive 



VIRGIL O. TURNER 
Berea College, A.B. 
University of Kentucky, M.A. 



JOHN WADDELL 
Pikeville College, B.S. 
Morehead State College, M.A. 



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LANNY YELVERTON 
Birmingham-Southern College, 

B.A. 
University of Tennessee, M.S. 



CLARA S. WALSH 
University of Tennessee, B.A. 
Peabody College 




Chairtnai! 

DR. CALVIN JONES 
University of Kentucky, B.A. 
Eastern State College, M.A. 
University of Kentucky, Ph.D. 




MARIGRACE BARNETT 
Georgetown College, B.A. 
University of Kentucky 
Morehead State College 




MILDRED DAVIS 
Texas State College for Women, 
B.A., M.A. 



Social Studies 



STELLA ELKINS 

Western Kentucky State, B.A. 
George Peabody College, M.A. 




ALICE T. GOING 
University of Mississippi, B.A. 
University of Alabama, M.A. 




HERBERT GOING 

University of Southern 

Mississippi, B.A. 
University of Alabama, M.A. 




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Science 




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HENRY BERG 

Fresno State College, B.S., M.S. 




Chairman 

WILLARD JINKS 
Bowling Green State University, 
B.S., M.A. 




GLENN BROWN 
Eastern Kentucky, B.S. 
University of Virginia, M.S. 




FRANKLIN DAY 

Duke University, B.A., M.A. 




JOELLA COLLIER, A.T. 

(ASCP) 
Pikeville College 
Medical Center — Columbus, 

Georgia 




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ELIZABETH WILSON 
Indiana State Teachers College, 
M.A. 




LOUISA PLUMMER 
Hanover College, A.B. 
University of Minnesota, M.S. 



KeligioH and Philosophy 




Chairman 

DR. RICHARD McCONNELL 

Wesleyan University, B.A. 
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, 

B.D. 
University of Basel, Th.D. 




ALMA CULTON 
Wheaton College, B.A. 
The Biblical Seminary in New 
York, M.R.E. 




Staff 







DENIS R. RATLIFF 


MARY I. SPILMAN 


ROBERTA HOOVER 


ETHEL BEEM 


Assistant Business 
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Alumni Secretary 


Secretary 


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BARBARA CONN 

Secretary 




PATTY COLEMAN 

Secretary 




CAROLYN TAYLOR 

Assistant Librarian 




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Housemother 




LYNNE BONNETT 
Director Women's 
Residence Halls 




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Dietitian 




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p. Scott, R. Blevins, J. McCoy, J. Cook 



Senior Class 



PRESIDENT James Cook 

VICE PRESIDENT Robert Blevins 

SECRETARY Judy McCoy 

TREASURER Paul D. Scott 



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HAROLD EUGENE AKERS 

Hellier, Kentucky 

B.S. — Mathematics 

History and Political Science 



Seniors 



ROSALEE STEWART BAKER 
Pikeville, Kentucky 
B.S.— History 



DAVID JACK BARNETTE 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



JACQUELINE BLACKBURN 
Pikeville, Kentucky 
B.S. — English 



ROBERT THOMAS BLEVINS 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

A.B. — History and English 




THOMAS LEE BOOTH 
Pikeville, Kentucky 
B.S.— History 



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SAUNDRA FRALEY BRANHAM 

Wayland, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 




MARY JANE CANUPP 

Belfry, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



JERRY WAYNE CHILDERS 

Elkhorn City, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education - 



Seniors 



KATHLEEN CHILDRESS 

Rowe, Virginia 

B.S. — Elementar}- Education 



COLLEEN JOHNSON CLAY 

Virgie, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 




SCOTTY IRELAND CLINE 

PikeviJie, Kentucky 

B.S. — Medical Technology 




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JAMES EDFORD COOK, JR. 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Commerce and Mathematics 



Seniors 



LLOYD GORDON COOL 

Sidney, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



COMMODORE CRAFT 

Thornton, Kentucky 
B.S.— Enghsh 



ALICIA JEANINE CRISP 

Martin, Kentucky 
A.B. — Music Education 



FRANCES L. DALTON 

Pikeville, Kentucky 
B.S.— English 




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LINDA SUE DAVIS 

Flat Gap, Kentucky 
A.B. — Music Education 



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JAMES ARTHUR FOSTER 

Stone, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



VELMA RUTH ELLISON 

Virgie, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



VERLEY FRANCIS DOTSON 

Hurley, Virginia 
B.S. — English 



THOMAS BRUCE FRANCISCO 

Zebulon, Kentucky 

B.S. — Medical Technology 



STEPHEN NICHOLAS FRAZIER 

Paintsville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



Seniors 



LINDA JEAN GENGENBACH 
Springfield, Pennsylvania 
B.S. — Elementary Education 




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BETTIE SUE GRIGSBY 

Hazard, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



Seniors 



NOAH SPEARS HINTON, JR 
Ashland, Kentucky 
B.S. — Business Education 
Physical Education 



GORDON MAURICE HERNDON, JR. 

Alexandria, Virginia 
B.S.— English 



STEPHEN MILTON HUFFMAN 
Pikeville, Kentucky 
B.S.— History 





DAVID D. HINCHMAN 

Stanville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 




JIMMY DALE JARRELL 

Delbarton, West Virginia 
B.S. — Physical Education 



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GARY BRUCE JOHNSON 

Shelby Gap, Kentucky 
B.S. — Elementary Education 



NORENE JOHNSON 

Hartley, Kentucky 
B.S. — Commerce 




GLENDA LOU JOHNSON 

Virgie, Kentucky 

B.S. — Health and Physical Education 



CHRYSTINE JONES 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 




LINDA LOU JOHNSON 

Lexington, Kentucky 

B.S. — Medical Technology 



Seniors 


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WILLIAM HOWARD JUSTICE 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Medical Technology 




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CHARLES HAROLD JUSTUS 

Hurley, Virginia 
B.S. — Mathematics 



Seniors 



FRANK RICHARD LEVSTIK 

Columbus, Ohio 

A.B. — History, Political Science 



CAMILLA FAE LAWSON 

Garrett, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



MARIE LITTLE 

Virgie, Kentucky 
B.S. — Mathematics 



JANET LeMASTER 
Delbarton, West Virginia 
B.S. — Business Education, Psychology, 
English 





ROBERTA M. LUXMORE 

Price, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



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KENNETH MAYNARD 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

B.S. — History and Physical Education 



JAMES RONALD MEADE 

HiHat, Kentucky 

B.S. — History and English 




BARBARA C. McCOY 

Huddy, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



JAMES S. MILLER 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
B.S. — Business Administration 



JUDITH G. McCOY 

Roseann, Virginia 
A.B.— English 



Seniors 




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J. MICHAEL MULLIN 
Fredericktown, Ohio 
A.B. — English 




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BILLY RAY MULLINS 

Dorton, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



Seniors 



LOIS PERRY 

Jenkins, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 




LOWELL MULLINS 
Dorton, Kentucky 
B.S. — Commerce 



SANDRA DEE PINSON 
Pikeville, Kentucky 
B.S. — Social Studies 



MARY MARGARET NAGLE 

Bellmore, New York 
Post-graduate — Secondary Education 




WILBUR DEAN PRESTON 
Meally, Kentucky 

B.S. — Biology, History and Political 
Science 



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CHARLES F. PUGH 

Pikeville, Kentucky 
B.S.— History 



BERTCHEL ROBERTS 

Hindman, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



LINDA REED 

Meta, Kentucky 
B.S. — English 



SHIRLEY ROBERTS 

Haysi, Virginia 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



LOUELLA RITCHIE 

Ritchie, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



Seniors 



BETTY LOU RYAN 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 




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PAUL D. SCOTT 

Chattaroy, West Virginia 
B.S. — Mathematics 



Seniors 



MAGDALENE SLONE 
McDowell, Kentucky 
B.S. — Physical Education 



RODGER DEAN SETSER 

Auxier, Kentucky 

B.S. — Business Administration 



BETTY SWINDALL SMITH 

Burdine, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



SUE ANN SEXTON 
Pikeville, Kentucky 
A.B.— English 




MAJOR HAROLD SPARKS 

Whitesburg, Kentucky 
B.S. — Secondary Education 



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THELMA SPEARS 

Betsy Layne, Kentucky 
B.S.— English 




TANA MARIE STATON 

Huddy, Kentucky 

B.S. — Secretarial Science 




MARY FRANCIS STAMPER 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



DAVID PAUL STEINER 

Carlinville, Illinois 

B.S. — Business Administration 



LOIS STATON 
Forest Hills, Kentucky 
B.S. — Elementary Education 



Seniors 






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KELLY THOMPSON 

Pikeville, Kentucky 
B.S. — Social Studies 




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TRUMAN THOMPSON, JR. 

Pikeville, Kentucky 
B.S. — Social Studies 



Seniors 



JOHN TURNER 

Booneville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 





ELLEN TURLEY 

Saltville, Virginia 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



FRANCES JACQUELINE WAGNER 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 




BOBBIE JO TURNER 

Drift, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 




ALICE VIVIAN WEBB 
Heenon, Kentucky 
B.S. — English 



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RAMONA SUE WEBB 
Mayking, Kentucky 
B.S.— Social Studies 




VIRGIL EDWIN WEBB 
Heenon, Kentucky 
B.S. — Biology 



SHIRLEY WHALEN 

Martin, Kentucky 
A.B. — Social Studies 



Seniors 



BERTHA WILLIAMSON 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

B.S. — Elementary Education 



DELORIS ANN WOODALL 
Pikeville, Kentucky 
B.S. — Commerce 



ALLEN EPLING 
Elkhorn City, Kentucky 
B.S. — Mathematics 




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L. Rudd, C. Murphy, A. Leuzzi, F. Davis 

junior Class 

PRESIDENT Lucian Rudd 

VICE PRESIDENT Alexander Leuzzi 

SECRETARY Carolyn Murphy 

TREASURER Freddie Davis 



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Mary Alice Adams 
Phyllis, Kentucky 






Joyce Ann Adams 
Ermh?e, Kentucky 



Patsy Anderson 
McVeigh, Kentucky 



Faith Armstrong 
Whitesburg, Ketitucky 






David Baldwin 
Brewer, Maine 



Toni G. Bales 

Pikeville, Kentucky 



Carl Banks 
Whitesburg, Kentucky 






Anthony Bentley 
Dorton, Kentucky 



Gipsy Bevins 
Bradley, Illinois 



Marsha Bickford 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



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Ruby Billiter 

Pikeville, Kentucky 



Douglas Blackburn 

Meta, Kentucky 








Emma Jane Blevins 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Stephen Lee Best 
Prestonsburg, Kentucky 



Terry Lee Bower 
Dunedin, Florida 



Donald E. Bowling 

PikevJUe, Kentucky 






Wayne Bowling 
Letcher, Kentucky 



Sue Whitt Branham 
Grundy, Virginia 



Earlyta C. Brooks . 
Harold, Kentucky 




Bern ice Lou Broyles 

Hurley, Virginia 




David Lowell Campbell 
Chattaroy, West Virginia 




Larry Major Burke 
Virgie, Kentucky 




David Claude Carr 
Dayton, Ohio 




Leo Burke 

Hartley, Kentucky 



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Jo Ann Caudill 

Kimper, Kentucky 





Larry Chaney 

PikevHle, Kentucky 






David Chenault 

Eminence, Kentucky 





David Clymer 

Martinsville, Indiana 



Gerald Coleman 

Elkhorn City, Kentucky 



Wanda Collins 

Whitesburg, Kentucky 



Marion Coi;nett 
Daisy, Kentucky 




Lena Crabtree 
Harman, Virginia 




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Robert Damron 

Elkhorn City, Kentucky 




Bobby J. Damron 
Pikeville, Kentucky 




Freddy Davis 

Vicco, Kentucky 




Julia Damron 

Pikeville, Kentucky 




Bonnie Deel 
Haysi, Virginia 






Virginia Alice Draughn 
Garrett, Kentucky 



J. R. Fletcher 
McVeigh, Kentucky 



Robert S. Foit 
Williamson, W. Va. 



Robert Earl Greer 
Grundy, Virginia 




Ruth Ford 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



William Woodrow Hall 
Bonanza, Kentucky 




Sharon Louise Hall 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



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J. B. Hatfield 
Neiv Town, W. Va. 



David Scott Hammer 
Bedford, Pennsylvania 



Thomas M. Hereford 
Prestonsburg, Kentucky 



Francis Gene Hicks 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Karen Annette Huey 
North Chili, N. Y. 






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Okie Johnson 
Speight, Kentucky 




Thomas E. Hughes 

Pikeville, Ke7itucky 



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Edith Jones 
BevinsvHle, Keyitticky 




Ronald Jackson 
Murrysvjlle, Pennsylvania 




Tommy Justus 
Hurley, Virginia 




Mary Kendrick 
Pikeville, Kentucky 




Jerry Kidd 
Hellier, Kentucky 



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Tanya Kidd 
Pikeville, Kentucky 




Edsel Ray Lafferty 
Oceana, West Virginia 



Charles E. Lowe 
Pikeville, Kentucky 




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Alexander Leuzzi 

Colts Neck, Neiv Jersey 



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Edwin Lowe 
Pikeville, Kentucky 





Carol Matthis 
Pikeville, Kentucky 






Michael McMillan 
Newark, Ohio 




Crate Meade 
Boldman, Kentucky 



Lucian Meade 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Beverly Mims 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



William Minckley 
Albion, Neiv York 




Frank Nagle 
Bellmore, New York 




Barbara Moore 

Beauty, Kentucky 




Shelby O'Quin 
Vansant, Virginia 




Carolyn Murphy 
Edgarton, West Virginia 




Lyvonne Parsons 
Millard, Kentucky 




Gary Newman 
Grethel, Kentucky 



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Mary Lou Pierce 
Dayton, Ohio 




Muriel Sue Plymale 
Pikeville, Kentucky 




Dwight Morgan Roberts 

Pikeville, Kentucky 




David Jack Rati iff 
Haysi, Virginia 





Elmon Carl Rowland 
Fuget, Kentucky 




Jerry Gene Reed 
Pikeville, Kentucky 





Lucian Grant Rudd 
Ezel, Kentucky 






John D. Sammons 
East Point, Kentucky 



Charles Edward Six 
Lovely, Kentucky 



Beatrice Smith 
Kimper, Kentucky 





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Ella Louise Sparks 

Wh/fesburg, Kentucky 



R. Dean Stewart 
Minnie, Kentucky 




Florene Stiltner 
Meta, Kentucky 



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Larry Sturgill 

Paintsi'ille, Kentucky 



Dana Supcoe 

Robinson Creek, Kentucky 



Sandra Gay Sweeney 
Alexandria, Virginia 




Judy Marnette Syck 
Coal Run, Kentucky 








Charles Floyd Taylor 
Waynesville, Ohio 




Clifford Tussey 
Prestonsburg, Kentucky 




Charles Terry Viers 
Grundy, Virginia 




Magalene Williams 

McDowell, Kentucky 




Mildred Kay Viers 
Birchleaf, Virginia 





Elizabeth Colleen Walker 
Jenkins, Kentucky 





Dorothy Gail Williamson 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



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Colin R. Young 

Hatfield, Kentucky 




J. C. Young 
Meta, Kentucky 



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H. Keen, C. Ramey, J. Craft, T. Swanston 



Sophomore Class 



PRESIDENT Tim Swanston 

VICE PRESIDENT Hubert Keen 

SECRETARY Clara Ramey 

TREASURER James Craft 



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Glenda Amburgy 
Allen, Kentucky 



Barbara Jean Bailey 
Flal Gap, Kentucky 





Charles F. Baldwin 
Canada, Kentucky 



Sharon C. Barker 
Stanville, Kentucky 






William Henry Barker 

Stanville, Kentucky 



James Warden Barnett 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Dalton Belcher 
Pikeville, Kentucky 







Danny Chester Belcher 
Dorton, Kentucky 



Roger Lee Belcher 

Zebulon, Kentucky 



Elster Eugene Blackburn 

Emma, Kentucky 



Don Blair 
Pikeville, Kentucky 




George Michael Blankenship 

Edgarton, West Virginia 






Judy Kay Blevins 
Hellier, Kentucky 



Stephen Brown 
Whitesburg, Kentucky 



Paula Annette Boggs 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



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Marie Burgess 
Pikei'ille, Kentucky 





Bonnie Sue Caudi 
Allen, Kentucky 



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Gary Douglas Clevinger 
Hurley, Virginia 





Ronald Franklin Cole 
Big Rock, Virginia 



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Ronald Troy Coleman 
Buffalo, New York 



William Harold Craft 
Hazard, Kentucky 




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Lester Collins 
Racoon, Kentucky 





Phyllis Ann Conway 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Arthur W. Craig 
Versailles, Kentucky 



Darrell Clayton Crain 
Washington, D.C. 





James Wiley Craft 
Thornton, Kentucky 




Donna Lea Creelman 
Bladensburg, Maryland 



Gail Day 
Matewan, W^est Va. 





Patricia E. Dotson 
Pikeville, Kentucky 




Eugene R. Eckert, Jr. 
Hawthorne, N. J. 




Judith E. Epiing 

Pikeville, Kentucky 



Mary Lou Deel 
Haysi, Virginia 



Terry Epiing 
Matewan, West Va. 



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James Earl Fields 
Piketille, Kentucky 




Louelld R. Fields 
Collins, Kentucky 



Larry Fon Francis 
PikerUle, Kentucky 



Kelsey Friend, Jr. 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Douglas M. Fuller 
Hays'i, Virginia 







Doris Gibson 

Whales, Kentucky 



Larry R. Godwin 
Pittsburgh, Penn. 



Jimmy R. Goodman 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Pat Griffith 

WarfieU, Kentucky 




Janalyn G. Hale 
Betsy Layne, Ky. 




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John Fred Hale 

Pikeville, Kentucky 



Doris Ilene Hall 
Hurley, Virginia 



Margery Louise Hamilton 
Coal Run, Kentucky 





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Donald Wayne Hatton 
Clay City, Kentucky 



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Robert Joseph Heagen 

Ezel, Kentucky 






Richard W. Hockenberry 
Oil City, Penii. 





Martha Honaker 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Teddy Roy Honaker 
Pikeville, Kentucky 




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Howard Paul Hoover 
Pikeville, Ky. 




Dennis E. Howard 
Franklin, Ohio 




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Fon Michael Johnson 

Pikeville, Kentucky 



Madelyn Gail Johnson 

Shelby Gap, Kentucky 




Carol Ann Jones 
Bet'insville, Ky. 




ArHe David Justice 
Huddy, Kentucky 





Victoria E. Jackson 

Pikeville, Kentucky 





Carl Daniel Kober 
Feds Creek, Kentucky 




Linda Lucille Justice 

Pikeville, Kentucky 



William Hubert Keen 
Jewell Ridge, Va. 



John Reid Kin^ 

Belfry, Kentucky 



George Eugene Knaell 
Mars, Pennsylvania- 



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Darwin L. Leuzzi 
Colts Neck, N. J. 



Evelyn Ruth Lockhart 

Jonancy, Kentucky 



Blanche Lowe 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



John Clayton Lowe 
Pikeville, Kentucky 




Annah May 

Kimper, Kentucky 




Delmar Aiden McCardell 
Cleveland, Ohio 



F. Eillene Moore 
Inez, Kentucky 



Ronnie Dean Moore 
Minnie, Kentucky 



Sandra Ruth Moore 
Toledo, Ohio 







Mary Patricia Morland 
Bedford, Pennsylvania 



Bonnie Rae Mullins 

Elkhorn City, Kentucky 



Larry tugene Mullins 

Ashland, Kentucky 



William Newsome, Jr. 
Grethel, Kentucky 




Linda Gay O'Bryan 
Huddy, Kentucky 



Linda Jean Olmsted 
Centerburg, Ohio 



James Douglas Osborne 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



John Paul Picklesimer 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Ishmael Preston, Jr. 
Drift, Kentucky 



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Clara Ann Ramey 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Jane Lou Ramey 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Anita Carol Richmond 
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 









Clyde Maxwell Roberts 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Leslie Hugh Rowe 
Elkhorn City, Kentucky 



Eleanor Scott 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Ogie Lee Slone 
Ligon, Kentucky 





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Gladys Irene Stratton 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Piti Suntrapak 
Bangkok, "Thailand 



Tim Swanston 
Pikeville, Kentucky 







James Madison Tackett 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Hazel Lorraine Thompson 

Pikeville, Kentucky 



Ronald Dean Thompson 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Karen Gayle Thornbury 
Hurley, Virginia 



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Carl Edward Varney 
Canada, Kentucky 



Philip Vinciguerra 
Matewan, West Virginia 



Edward Dale Wallace 
Dorton, Kentucky 



Emma Lea Wallace 
Robinson Creek, Kentucky 




Thomas Michael Watko 
Elizabeth, Penn. 



Pamela M. Young 
Long Beach, N. Y. 



Juanita Whitt 
Ransom, Kentucky 



Myrtle Louise Wilson 
Turkey Creek, Kentucky 



William C. Woofter, II 

Pikerille, Kentucky 




Ronald Young 

Pikerille, Kentucky 





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J. Hudson, J. Simpson, R. Allen, A. Anderson, S. Etzel 



^rtskman Class 



PRESIDENT Joe Hudson 

VICE PRESIDENT Andy Anderson 

SECRETARY Sue Etzel 

TREASURER Robert Allen 

REPORTER James Simpson 



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Genoa Abshire Biggs, Kentucky 
Deed Adams Salyersville, Kentucky 
Marianna Adams Jeremiah, Kentucky 



John A. Adkins Shelhiana, Kentucky 
Raymond G. Adkins Grundy, Virginia 
Pirous Ahkami Ghoochan, Iran 



Abdolnabi Ahmadi Minab, Iran 

Robert K. Allara Matetvan, West Virginia 

Robert C Allen Oil City, Pennsylvania 



Andy Anderson Dorton, Kentucky 
Jennifer Anderson Pikeville, Kentucky 
Woody Anderson Inez, Kentucky 





Ellen Armstrong 
William Armstong 
Roger L. Ashby 



Whitesburg, Kentucky 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Grundy, Virginia 



Nancy Back Blackey, Kentucky 

Riley D. Bailiff Elkhorn City, Kentucky 

Carolyn Baker Jenkins, Kentucky 



Thomas Bales Pikeville, Kentucky 
Kathy Balkenhol Gahanna, Ohio 

Anna Banks Salyersville, Kentucky 



Gleda Bartley 
Gary Barton 
Ann Begley 



Ashcamp, Kentucky 
Avondale, Pennsylvania 
Hyden, Kentucky 



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John P. Begely Hydeu, Kentucky 
E. Jean Belcher Conaivay, Virginia 
Danny Eugene Bevins Phyllis, Kentucky 



Mildred Ann Bevins Sidney, Kentucky 
Robert Bevins W-^illiamson, West Virginia 

Mary L. Birchfield Johns Creek, Kentucky 



Kelly Ray Blackburn 
Linda Carol Brady 
Linda Gayle Brady 



Meta, Kentucky 
Atnba, Kentucky 
Aiiddletown, Ohio 



Lek Buntusarnee Bangkok, Thailand 

Teresa Burke Virgie, Kentucky 

Roger Stanley Canupp Belfry, Kentucky 





Billy Ward Caudill 
Ernest Wayne Chaney 
Roger D. Clevinger 



Leburn, Kentucky 

Pikei'ille, Kentucky 
Pikei'ille, Kentucky 



Fulton Henry Cole Whiteivood, Virginia 

Anita Coleman Elkhorn City, Kentucky 
Gary E. Coleman Pikeville, Kentucky 



Harold Coleman 
Mitchell Collins 
Janet M. Combs 



Pikeville, Kentucky 
Pikeville, Kentucky 
Elizabeth, Indiana 



Ona Edith Compton Vansant, Virginia 
Patty Compton Pikeville, Kentucky 
Arlen Cook Whiteivood, Virginia 



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Roy J. Cunningham Bardstotvn, Kentucky 

Nasser Dai Ghazvin, Iran 

Margaret Faye Dalton Pikeville, Kentucky 



Vonda Laverne Damron Pikeville, Kentucky 
Violet Daniel River, Kentucky 
Brenda Davis Hurley, Virginia 



Sandra Davis Flat Gap, Kentucky 
Frances Dianne Denniston Ezel, Kentucky 
Joe Bryant Dingess Kermit, West Virginia 



Eskie Gene Dotson ]enkins, Kentucky 
Emma Easterling Hellier, Kentucky 
Maie Edwards Nashville, Tennessee 





Robert Lee Elkins Pikeville, Kentucky 
Susan Ann Etzel Oil City, Pennsylvania 
Kirby Fisher Hurley, Virginia 



Larry Franklin Paintsville, Kentucky 
Thomas Edward Friend Pikeville, Kentucky 
Mary E. Gallagher Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



Danny Lee Gallion Jenkins, Kentucky 
Rodney Dale Gibson Whales, Kentucky 
Anita G. Gillespie Shelbiana, Kentucky 



Ernestine Gillespie Meta, Kentucky 
Judy Goff Zebulon, Kentucky 
David Greene Columbus, Ohio 



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Joan Carol Hall Weeksb»ry, Kentucky 

Lois Maxine Hall Jo/iancy, Kentucky 

Jean Mary Hallgren Belhnore, L.I., New York 



Carol May Hantak Columbus, Ohio 
Joe Harris, Jr. Freeburn, Kentucky 
Judith Kay Hatfield Pikeville, Kentucky 



Anita Hawkins Elkhorn City, Kentucky 
Haskew Hayes, Jr. ]e)ikins, Kentucky 
John D. Hayes Pikeville, Kentucky 



Judy Hilty Lima, Ohio 

J. Paul Hood Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Irene Hopkins Virgie, Kentucky 





Vyron H. Home 
Linya Ann Howe 
George C. Howell 



Roseann, Virginia 
Syracuse, Netv York 
Red Jacket, West Virginia 



Joe Hudson Pikeville, Kentucky 
Gineon D. Ison Pikeville, Kentucky 
Barbara Sue Jenkins Meta, Kentucky 



Bobby James Johnson 
Shirley Ann Johnson 
Marlian Kent Jones 



Hartley, Kentucky 
Speight, Kentucky 
Edgarton, West Virginia 



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Billy Joe Justice Pikeville, Kentucky 
Elster Justice Pikeville, Kentucky 
Hurshel Kenneth Justus Hurley, Virginia 



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Janie Justice Pikeville, Kentucky 
John Justice Pikeville, Kentucky 
Loretta Justice Pikeville, Kentucky 



Connie Lynn Keene Pikeville, Kentucky 
James Lee Keene Whiteivood, Virginia 
Margarette Kendrick Elkhorn City, Kentucky 



Beverly Kilgore Pikeville, Kentucky 
Glen Keith Kinder Cincinnati, Ohio 
]. Ryan King Belfry, Kentucky 



Diane Francis Kober Feds Creek, Kentucky 
Kitti Kupadakuinij Bangkok, Thailand 

Gladys A. Lafferty Pikeville, Ketitucky 





Douglas Alan Lane Coafesville, Pennsylvania 
Peggy Leswing Middletown, New Jersey 
Eddie P. Little Pikeville, Kentucky 



Hiram Little Pikeville, Kentucky 
Jack J. Little McRoberts, Kentucky 
Davey Keith Lucas Jenkins, Kentucky 



Nancy G. Marshall Delbarton, W^est Virginia 

Delia J. Martin Neon, Kentucky 

Elmer Basil Matney Pilgrim Knob, Virginia 



John Paul May Phyllis, Kentucky 

Larry Maynard South Williamson, Kentucky 

Richard J. Maynard Pikeville, Kentucky 



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Grace McGuire 
Jimmie J. Miller 
Craig Morazes 



Hatfield, Kentucky 
ShelbicDia, Kentucky 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 



Connie Sue Mullins Pikeville, Kentucky 
Donald G. Mullins Myra, Kentucky 
Lenville Mullins Dorton, Kentucky 



Byron F, Murphy Pikeville, Kentucky 
James Murphy Edgarton, Vf^est Virginia 
Lester Newsome Dorton, Kentucky 





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Mehrdad H. Nikzad Tehran, Iran 
Jutta H. Noot Franklin, New York 
Peggy L. O'Quinn Haysi, Virginia 




Doris B. Osborne 
Danny R. Patierno 
Augustine Phillips 



Wheelwright, Kentucky 
fonancy, Kentucky 
Phyllis, Kentucky 



Louia T. Pieralline Clairton, Pennsylvania 
Janice Pinson Zebulon, Kentucky 
Richard J. Prince Wellsi'ille, Ohio 



James A. Pulver 
Bonnie Ratliff 
Brady Ratliff 



Lovely, Kentucky 

Pikeville, Kentucky 

Ashca/np, Kentucky 



John Wallace Ratliff Virgie, Kentucky 
Claude Reedy Jewell Valley, Virginia 
Norma J. Reynolds Pikeville, Kentucky 



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Patricia Reynolds Phyllis, Kentucky 
James C. Rice Montclair, New Jersey 
Martha Roberts Robinson Creek, Kentucky 



Nan M. Roberson Ma/ e wan, West Virginia 
Blake Robinson Pikei'ille, Kentucky 
Roy H. Robinson PikeviUe, Kentucky 



Rebecca S. Rogers Pikei'ille, Kentucky 
Pat Rowlett Phyllis, Kentucky 
Naomi M. Runyon Patterson, Virginia 



Henry C. Schnell Williamson, W. Virginia 
Palmyra Scott PikeviUe, Kentucky 
Carl Seiser Bethel, Connecticut 





Shirley L. Sexton Pikei'ille, Kentucky 
Neil John Sigvartsen Dunedin, Florida 
James H. Simpson South Shore, Kentucky 



Darlene Skeens Grundy, Virginia 
Brenda Sue Smith Ransofn, Kentucky 
Carolyn Smith Hazard, Kentucky 



Jo Ann Smith Kennett, Missouri 
Monte Smith Ransom, Kentucky 
Sherman Bruce Smith Ransom, Kentucky 



William T. Soper Absecon, New Jersey 

Judy Space Cincinnati, Ohio 

Linda G. Spencer Kimball^ }¥^est Virginia 



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Jack Calvin Stanley 
Shelby Ann Stanley 
Patsy Louise Stepp 



Pikei'ille, Kentucky 
McAndrews, Kentucky 
Sidney, Kentucky 



Richard Paul Storrs 
Wanda Sue Stratton 
Jimper Dennis Sturgill 



Bedford, Pennsylvania 
Pikei'ille, Kentucky 
Hellier, Kentucky 



Betty Judy Sutherland Crum, West Virginia 
Evangeline June Tackett Dorton, Kentucky 
Hannah Sue Tackett Biggs, Kentucky 



Lynn Tackett Wales, Kentucky 

James Alfred Taylor Hellier, Kentucky 

Golcen Victoria Turner Booneville, Kentucky 




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Kenton Wallace, Jr. Elkhorn City, Kentucky 
James Edward Webb Jenkins, Kentucky 
Judy Dell Wells Pikei'ille, Kentucky 



Mary Ann West 
Bronley Williams 
Roger Lee Williams 



Mouthcard, Kentucky 

Wayland, Kentucky 

Hellier, Kentucky 



Edward Henry Wolf Hawthorne, Neiv Jersey 
Tommy Woofter Pikei'ille, Kentucky 
Marliee Young Stopover, Kentucky 






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OrganizatioHS 



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Jim Steele 
CO-EDITOR 




Janet LeMaster 
CO-EDITOR 



1965 Mighlander 



The job of reviewing all that takes place on the 
Pikeville College campus during the school year con- 
stitutes a busy schedule for the staff of the Highlander, 
the college yearbook. Many hours of work are repre- 
sented in this 39th edition of the Highlander. 

Striving to ever raise its standards, the Highlander 
has added to its pages a student index, cataloguing 
over 600 names; another new feature is the foreword 
which has been omitted from Highlanders of recent 
years. 

The newly appointed staff started planning the 1965 
Highlander in June, 1964. Photography, copywriting, 
and layout work hastened, slowed, and then hastened 
again as the staff met 3 deadlines throughout the year. 
Finally, in March, the work was finished and the staff 
and students eagerly anticipated the arrival of the 1965 
Highlander, the greatest ever. 




EDITORIAL STAFF: Shelby Stanley — Feature Editor, Art Craig — Business Manager, 
Janet LeMaster — Co-Editor, Jim Steele — Co-Editor, Hubert. Keene — Sports Editor, 
Edith Jones — Assistant Editor. 



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staff 




1st Row — Jean Reynolds, Gladys Lafferty, Jennifer Anderson, Judy Wells, Violet 
Daniel, Linda Davis. 2nd Rotv — Carolyn Smith, Muriel Plymale, Judy Space, Loretta 
Justice, Beverly Kilgore. 5rd Roiv — Robert Keith Allara, Margie Hamilton, Bill Arm- 
strong. 



The staff of the 1965 HIGHLANDER wishes to 
extend to our sponsors, Dean Howard Hoover and Mrs. 
Christina P. Goodman, our deepest and sincere ap- 
preciation for their faithful supervision and patient 
understanding as we compiled this annual. Without 
their professional assistance we could not have excelled 
in this enjoyable task. 

THE STAFF 



They finally came! 




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1st Row — Delmar McCardell, Dean Howard Hoover, Mrs. Christina Goodman, Gail 
Williamson, Janet LeMaster, Commodore Craft. 2nd Rotv—Vdiul David Scott, Robert 
Damron, Frank Levstik, Spears Hinton, Gerald Coleman, ird Row — William Craft, Jim 
Miller, Phillip Vinciquerra, Jim Steele. 





Student Council 



The Student Council is the representative group of the 
entire student body. The four officers are elected at large, 
and three representatives are elected from each class. The 
Student Council of 1965 is proud of its accomplishments. 

The Council met during the summer and planned the Fresh- 
man Orientation Week which was enjoyed by all. We 
saw the telephones installed on all floors in Condit and 
Memorial Halls, a project begun by the 1964 Council. 

The Council has had an active part in sponsoring such 
activities as Homecoming, Founder's Day, and the Christ- 
mas Dance. Road signs were erected for the college by the 
Kentucky Department of Highways. 

Plans were completed for a Spring Dance and a movie 
of the month. 

The aim of the Student Council has been to keep the 
student body informed of policies and activities of this stu- 
dent organization. 



OFFICERS— J. LeMaster, F. Levstik, C. Craft, B. Damron. 



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Wickham-Mcniorial 
Monitors 




Wayne Bowling, Mike Mullin, Wilbur Preston, Jerry Hatfield, Lucian Rudd. 



Seated: Ilene Moore, Patsy Anderson, Gaylen Short, Jackie Blackburn, Mary Pierce, 
Beatrice Smith. Standing: Karen Stevenson, Janet LeMaster, Linda Gengenback, Sandy 
Sweeney, Shirley Roberts, Barbara Moore, Alicia Crisp, Nan Roberson. 





'Derriam-Condit 
'Dorm Council 




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forensic 
Ccague 



A group of interested 
speech students compose this 
club which handles all realms 
of speech activities. 

The group trains students 
to participate in various na- 
tional tournaments under the 
heading of numerous events. 



1st Row — Doris McDaniel, Shelby Stanley, Frank Levstik, Bonnie Caudill. 2?id Row 
— Billy Caudill, Gerald Coleman, William Craft, John Lowe, Gary Barton, James 
Craft, Layne Tackett, Phillip Vinciquerra. 3rd Row — Alfred Taylor. 




J^ovice 
'Debaters 



1st Row — Shelby Stanley, Gary Barton. 2nd 
Row — Tim Swanston, Billy Caudill, Alfred 
Taylor. 



Varsity 
"Debaters 



The Debate Club of Pikeville College 
has advanced from a team of only four 
to that of a set of Varsity as well as 
Novice Debaters. 

The teams, on the whole, have ac- 
quired various awards during their past 
months of debate. They participated in 
tournaments at Bellarmine College 
where Kelsey Friend, Jr. was selected 
as top debater, at Cumberland College 
where the Novice team was very suc- 
cessful, and at Berea College. 

All in all, the Debate Club, spon- 
sored by Layne Tackett, has enjoyed a 
substantial amount of success. 




Doris McDaniel, Kelsey Friend Jr., Frank Levstik, Gerald Coleman, Layne Tackett. 




J^ovice 
Debaters 



Layne Tackett, Richard Goodman, Jim 
Miller, Phillip Vinciquerra, Dianne 
Denniston. 



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Phi Alpha Zhcta 



PRESIDENT Commodore Craft 

VICE PRESIDENT William Minkley 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Faith Armstrong 

HISTORIAN Jerry Hatfield 

FACULTY ADVISOR Calvin P. Jones 



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With the beginning of school, it was recommended by the new Acting 
Chairman of the Division of Social Studies that an attempt be made to found 
a Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta on the PikeviUe College campus. Other mem- 
bers of the History Department were agreeable to this suggestion and have 
worked toward it. 

On March 2, 1965, Phi Alpha Theta, the first honorary society at Pikeville 
College was initiated. The charter members were installed by Dr. Thomas 
D. Clark of the University of Kentucky in an impressive ceremony in Faith 
Chapel. Phi Alpha Theta is a national honor society in history whose scho- 
lastic requirements are second only to Phi Beta Kappa. To be eligible for 
membership a student must have completed at least twelve semester hours 
of history with a 3.1 average or better and must rank in the upper thirty-fifth 
per cent of his class. 

It is expected that a Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta on this campus will be 
a stimulus to increase the prevailing interest in history, to increase the intel- 
lectual atmosphere of the campus, and to help to make Pikeville College into 
more of a community of scholars. 



-MEMBERS— 



Roy D. Rowlett 
Romona Webb 
Wayne Bowling 
Robert Damron 
Donald Bowling 



Gary Johnson 
Marie Little 
Barbara Lowe 
Paul D. Scott 
Julia Damron 



George Cantrell 
Faith Armstrong 
Commodore Craft 
Bill Minkley 
Jerry Hatfield 



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Appdachim Volunteers 



CHAIRMAN Gail Williamson 

CO-CHAIRMAN Robert Allara 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Bonnie Caudill 

RECORDING SECRETARY Hubert Keen 

SPONSOR V. O. Turner 

REGIONAL CO-ORDINATOR Flem Messer 



The Appalachian volunteers is an organization of approximately 25 college 
campus units in Eastern and Central Kentucky administered through the coun- 
cil of the Southern Mountains at Berea, Ky. Its purpose is to help those people 
of Eastern Kentucky, who need and want help, to help themselves. The four 
general areas of concentration outlined are enrichment programs, a library 
project, foreign student presentations, and renovation of buildings and grounds. 
An evaluation program is being conducted in the schools helped. The Pike- 
ville college group has chosen enrichment and renovation for their immediate 
projects due to available sources. Gail Williamson, campus director, has hopes 
of expanding the Pikeville College program to all possible areas in the near 
future. 

Members of this organization are: Jim Steele, Richard Hockenberry, Carol 
Ann Jones, Violet M. Daniel, Edith Jones, Linda Gingenback, Mary L. Pierce, 
Mary Nagle, Hubert Keen, Frank Nagle, Loretta O'Quinn, Linda Gail Brady, 
Jean Halgren, Pam Young, and Commodore Craft, Jr. 

Since this is a volunteer organization many other students have participated 
in its projects. 



Pictures depict volunteers working at the 
Hurricane Grade School, Hurricane, Kentucky. 




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First Row: Dennis Howard, Nick Frazier, Jim Miller, James Little. Second Roiv: An- 
thony Bentley, Al Leuzzi, Larry Ashby, Ernest Owens, Gordon Herndon, James Bar- 
nett, Scotty Cline, Dean Hoover. Third Rotv: Charles Pugh, David Baldwin. Fourth 
Row: Phil Vinciguerra, P. D. Scott, Edwin Lowe, Del McCardell, Spears Hinton, Terry 
Bower, David Steiner, David Campbell. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



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Circle K 



The Circle K Club of Pikeville College has 
enjoyed a position of eminence in the commun- 
ity that it has never before experienced as the 
past year has been filled with many successful 
projects. 

Nick Frazier provided a fine example of lead- 
ership and under his guidance the Circle K 
moved forward. Larry Ashby was elected Gov- 
ernor of the Kentucky-Tennessee District Con- 
vention held at May Lodge on Dewey Lake. 
The convention, itself, was a tremendous success. 
That a man from Pikeville College was chosen 
for such a high position illustrates how the club 
has risen not only in Pikeville but outside the 
state as well. 

Perhaps the most successful project was the 
Annual Christmas Party for underprivileged 
children. The support the city gave to this 
project contributed greatly to its success. 

Charles Pugh took the gavel of the President 
in February after serving as Vice-President under 
Frazier. Plans are being made at the present 
to send a large delegation to the District Con- 
vention in Gattlinsburg, Tenn. 

A community project in the form of a radio 
program was initiated by the Circle K. The 
program consisted of news of the Circle K, the 
Kiwanis Club, and Key Clubs of the area. In 
addition to the news, the top tunes were played 
for the enjoyment of the listeners. 

If the past year is any indication of things to 
come, the Circle K has another good year in 
store. You can bet another good year it will be! 



Front Rotv: Gordon Herndon, Anthony Bentley, Larry Ashby, Nick Frazier, Charles 
Pugh. Back Row: Spears Hinton, David Steiner, Jim Miller, Howard Hoover, P. D. 
Scott, Phil Vinciguerra. 



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htematioml Kdatiom Club 




PRESIDENT - - - Bill Justus 

VICE-PRESIDENT ..- Jim Steele 

SECRETARY-TREASURER - - Arthur Craig 

REPORTER __ - George Knaell 

SPONSOR . - - - - H. M. Going 



The members of the International Relations Club represent all segments 
of the student body — the chemist, the physicist, the mathematician, the artist, 
and the philosopher as well as the historian and the political scientist. 

The members of this group, recognizing the vital need for an intelligent 
public opinion, agree to study and discuss international affairs in an honest 
effort to clarify their own minds as to present world problems and to under- 
take such programs and projects as will contribute to (a) better understanding 
of world affairs on the campus and in the community, and (b) improved 
relations between nations. They recognize that all students of international 
affairs do not think and feel alike, and they agree to grant as much freedom 
of thought and expression to their fellow members as they demand for them- 
selves. 



-MEMBERS- 



Wayne Bowling 
Frank Levstik 
Jim Fletcher 
Pamela Young 
Terry Bower 
Frank Nagle 



Carl B. Banks 
Dexter Bartley 
James Barnette 
Lucian Rudd 
Bill Armstrong 
Neil Sigvartsen 



Gerald Coleman 
Tom Watko 
George Knaell 
Arthur Craig 
Jim Steele 
Bill Justus 



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Ckristian fellowship 




The Student Christian Fellowship is devoted to encouraging 
students to enrich their spiritual lives while at Pikeville. 

The 12 members of the Student Christian Fellowship Advisory 
Council plan the regular Christian Fellowship and the Monday 
evening Vesper programs, as well as such other activities as the 
Chrisman Picnic, the various parties, the Christmas candy sale, 
the Christmas caroling, and the Spring Retreat which terminates 
our activities for the Spring semester. 



STUDENT CHRISTIAN ADVISORY COUNCIL; Miss Cul- 
ton, Blanch Lowe, Gail Williamson, Carol Jones, Dr. McCon- 
nell. Bonnie Caudill, Tim Swanston, Mike McMillan, Paul 
Hoover, Richard Hockenberry, Judy Syck. 



First Row: Mary Pierce, Jutta Noot, Violet Daniel, Bonnie Caudill, Judy Syck, Mary 
Morland, Blanche Lowe, Sandra Moore, Edith Jones, Janet Combs, Terry Hilsheimer, 
Judy Hilty, Ann Begley, Madeline Johnson, Mary Nagle. Second Row: Miss Alma Cul- 
ton, Karen Huey, Carol Jones, Glenda Amburgy, Juanita Whitt, Pat Griffith, Lynia 
Howe, Annah May, Mary Deel, Golden Turner, Shirley Johnson, Gail Williamson, 
Emma Easterling, Carol Hantak, Louella Ritchie, Vonda Damron, Linda O'Brein, 
Irene Hopkins, Dr. Richard McConnell. Third Roiv: Commodore Craft, James Craft, 
Glen Kinder, William Craft, Frank Nagle, Paul Hoover, Jim Fletcher, Larry Godwin, 
Eugene Blackburn, Michael McMillan, Mike Mullin, Tim Swanston, Richard Hocken- 
berry. 




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Front Row: Gordon Cool, Roberta Luxmore, Carolyn Murphy Frazier, Bobbie Turner, 
Barbara McCoy, Ellen Turley, Lois Staton, Anita Gillispie, Naomi Runyon, Linda Jus- 
tice, Bertha Williamson, Patricia Wilson, Mary Nagle, Nick Frazier. Second Row: Linda 
Gail Brady, Betty Ryan, Linda Davis, Virginia Draughn, Louise Sexton, Mary Kendrick, 
Gail Williamson, Julia Damron, Saundra Branham, Bernice Broyles, Ida Parsons, Mrs. 
Clara Walsh. Third Row: Maggie Slone, Lois Perry, Grace McGuire, Pam Young, Betty 
Smith, Nan Roberson, Mary Jane Canupp, Marsha Bickford, Mary Lou Deel, Karen 
Stevenson, Lena Crabtree, Paula Boggs. Fourth Row: Tanya Kidd, David Carr, Lowell 
Mullins, Joe Duke, Gary Johnson, David Hinchman, Tom Wyskowski, James Foster, 
Jerry Childers, David Barnett, Bill Mullins, Linda Gengenbach, Juainita Whill. 




Student J^ at 10 Hal SducatioH 
MsodatioH 



The A.A. Page Chapter of the SNEA is the local chapter of the Student 
National Education Association, the professional Association for college 
and university students preparing to teach. The SNEA is nationally affiliated 
with the National Education Association. 

The SNEA is one of the largest organizations on campus. The members 
have worked diligently on projects such as a Christmas party for under- 
privileged children, the recognition of one teacher whom we feel should 
receive special recognition, the selection of outstanding student teachers 
who are members of the organization, and the presentation of a tea in 
honor of Teaching Career Month. 



SNEA Officers: E. Turley — Treasurer, B. Broyles — Sec- 
retary, L. Staton — Historian, L. Davis — Parliamentarian, 
J. Duke — Vice-President, M. J. Canupp — President 




Peach Orchard Players 



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First Row: Mary Nagle, Carol Hantak, Julia Damron, Gail Williamson, Alicia Crisp, 
Pat Morland, Karen Huey, Terry Helsheimer, Mary Lou Pierce, Mrs. Goodman. Second 
Row: Sandra Sweeney, Mike MuUin, Mike McMillan, Tommy Watko, David Campbell, 
Al Leuzzi, Bill Minkley, Linya Howe. Third Row: David Carr, Gerald Coleman, Del 
McCardell, Frank Nagle, Spears Hinton, Paul Hoover, Gordon Herndon, Ron Cole. 

Tragedy, comedy, drama, farce all of these important phases of stage 
life are enacted by the PEACH ORCHARD PLAYERS of Pikeville College. 

The drama group has created characters from the dramatic tragedy of 
Shakespeare's "MacBeth" to the slap stick farce of Moliere's "The Imaginary 
Invalid." The experiences of this fine drama organization have proved to be 
successful for the Peach Orchard Players will soon be in a National Honorary 
Fraternity of the Theatre Arts known as Theta Alpha Phi. 

The Peach Orchard Players have great hopes for the future of being the 
most active and talented group on campus. The chief purpose of the club 
is to entertain, and there are many opportunities open to anyone who is in- 
terested in stage production in any way. Let your hght shine on the stage. 






Qavd Club 

To increase poise and ability 
in public speaking is the pur- 
pose of the Gavel Club. Each 
member is expected to deliver 
speeches on assigned topics and 
also be able to respond extem- 
poraneously on subjects as- 
signed at club meetings. 



Gordon Herndon, Linda Olmsted, David Campbell, David Carr. Dave Chenault, Dean 
Lynne Bonnette 



yomg 'Democrats 
Club 




First Row Art Craig, Gary Cederia, Hubert Keen, Gordon Herndon, Spears Hintort, 
Joe HuLn, Seco.d L.v Zoretta Justice, Judy Wells, Gladys Laf ferty Bever y K.lgore 
Sandy Sweeney, Linda O'Brien, Alicia Crisp, Jennifer Anderson TW Rotv. Carolyn 
Mer, Clara' Ramey, Linda Olmsted, Sandy Pinson Ron Cok^ ^^^ Cdn".' 
Leuzzi, Lena Crabtree, Diana Denniston, Mr. Lane Tackett, and Mr. H. M. Gomg. 



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Parnassus 
Club 




Ann Begley, Sharon Barker, Dianne Denniston, Commodore Craft, Wilbur Preston, 
Annah May, Darlene Crain, Vonda Damron, Joyce Adams, Linda Carol Brady, Mr. 
Bruce Brown, and Miss Talma Haney. 



Vront Row: Nan Roberson, Bobbie Turner, Violet Daniel, Kathy Balkenhol, Pam Young 
and Mary Nagle. Back Roiv: Dolly Charles, Cathy Thomas, Karen Stevenson, Jackie 
Blackburn, Shirley Roberts, Maggie Slone, Judy Space, Ann Peggy Leswing. Helen Os- 
borne, sponsor, (not shown). 




WM 



The Women's Athletic As- 
sociation conducts intramural 
sports throughout the school 
year. This group is composed 
of women who enjoy the com- 
petitive sports, the physical ex- 
ercise, and the companionship 
to be found in sports participa- 
tion. All women students are 
encouraged to participate in 
this organization. 




THE ROCORD is the otficial newspaper of Pikeville College published for 
and by the stydents of the college, and printed weekly as a special section of the 
PIKE COUNTY NEWS. 

THE ROECORD, as an organization, has a system of pins and keys, 
whereby any member serving for a period of two years is eligible to receive a 
pin, and after three years may earn a key. As its fund raising project, THE 
RECORD sponsors an annual Spring Talent Night, featuring only college 
talent. The purpose of the program is to raise enough money to cover the 
cost of the keys and pins. 




Sealed: Julia Damron, Frank Levstik, Wayne Bowling, Fran Dalton, Mr. Marion Kelly. 
Standing: David Carr, Bonnie Deel, George Knaell, Naomi Runyon. 



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Business Club 




First Row: Tom Justus, James Cook, Karen Thornsbury, Brenda Davis, Irene Stratton, 
Emma Jane Blevins, Piti Suntrapak, Dalton Belcher, Second Rotv: Miss Barnett, Doris 
McDaniel, Abdhal Ahamad, Lena Crabtree, Major Sparks, Lorriane Thompson, Bernice 
Broyles, Miss Davis, Third Roiv: Robert Blevins, Janet LeMaster, Brenda Smith, Emma 
Easterling, Annah May, Sharon Barker, James Keen, Fourth Rotv: Ted Honaker, Danny 
Belcher, Henry Cole, Terry Bower, Don Bowling, Dave Baldwin, Lowell Mullins. 



Monroe Calculators being explained to interested persons. 



The Raytheon plant tour. 





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Front Rotv: Mary Nagle, Barbara Bailey, Linda Gail Brady, Pat Morland, Linya Howe, 
Ann Begley, Peggy Leswing, Carol Mathis, Karen Huey, Mary Lou Pierce, Mrs. Jones, 
Second Row: Dr. Jones, Gypsy Bevins, Terry Hilsheimer, Sandra Davis, Linda Davis, 
Alicia Crisp, Richard Hockenberry, William Minckley, Larry Franklin, Carol Hantack, 
Judy Hilty, Sandra Moore, Linda Gengenbach, Th/rd Roiv: Doris McDaniel, Julia Dam- 
ron, David Carr, Gerald Coleman, Ronald Cole, Allen Epling, Paul Hoover, Ronald 
Coleman, Frank Nagle, Henry Schnell. 



Chorus 



Dr. and Mrs. 
John Paul Jones 




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L-R First Row: George Knaell, Spears Hinton, Jim Miller, Johnny Lowe, Bryon Murphy, 
Second Row: J. B. Hatfield, Dr. Hacke, James Meade, Edwin Lowe, Ray Lafferty, 
Frank Nagle, Thh-d Roiv: Mr. Waddle, Roger Cannup, Carl Seiser, Doug Lane. 



mfle 
Club 







Which Target can you hit.'' 



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features 



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freshman Week Jntroduces 
Students to PC 



Freshmen get their first introduction to the college 
during the week before the upper classmen return for 
classes. The week is spent visiting the campus build- 
ings and getting to know some of the professors and 
fellow students. 



For the Freshman, the first days on campus are con- 
fusing and hectic. Faced with uncertain decisions he 
must learn hard lessons in self-sufficiency. 

These mounting anxieties of registration arid the 
first informal classes leave the Freshman questioning 
himself about his college career. 



7reshmm Master Keg is t rat m 
process 



Registration holds many problems and worries for 
the Freshman. Knowing that a mistake will send him 
back to his instructor, he finds that the slow and 
cautious approach is the best. 








Jt's J^0t Ml Work 
andj^o Play 



After the long tiring week it is topped off by the 
annual President's reception and Dance. 




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After the dancing was over, it wasn't long before 



the first class bell rang. 



Dancing seems to lift all barriers. The same Fresh- 
man who would not ask his classmate for a date would 
not hesitate to ask her to dance. It was a big year for 
the "Jerk " and the "Bird." 




Campus Scenes 




Posed. 



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'I know who has the rook," said Marsha. 




The music made me sleepy. 



It looks good and it is not even a Birthday Dinner. 






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"This grass tickles." 



Varied . . . Js the Ward for College Cife 



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"What do you mean? You go to SWEATSHIRT?" 



'My group had fifty per cent more cavities!' 



Everybody loves Saturday night. 





Jomders Day 
1964 



On October 8, 1964, Founders Day at Pikeville Col- 
lege was highlighted by an address given by Dr. Ken- 
neth G. Neigh, General Secretary, Board of National 
Missions of the United Presbyterian Church in the 
U.S.A. 

At one-thirty we witnessed the dedication of the 
Mary I. Spilman Faculty House by Dr. James W. 
Angell, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Pikeville 
College. 

Open House was followed by a reception at the 
home of Dr. B. H. Jarman and a Pageant, "History of 
Pikeville College," in the Faith Chapel. 




Dedication of the Mary I. Spilman Faculty House. 



'The Mary I. Spilman Faailty House. 



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/library Series 



The Library Lecture Series is a means of focusing 
attention on the newly created Appalachian Cultural 
Program at O'Rear-Robinson Library. Our primary ob- 
jective is to engage capable people from diverse fields, 
in relation to the area, to perform on campus. The 
agenda for the past months has included the local 
Writers Guild, Hollis Summers — poet and novelist and 
John Jacob Niles — world famous folk artist. 



Pikeville Concert Msoeiation 



This year the Concert Association had the largest 
audiences in its history. The crowds were delighted with 
the French songs of Varel and BaiUy and their Chan- 
teurs de Paris, pleased with the folk singing of Paul 
and Penny Arnson, and enthralled with the National 
Opera Company's presentation of Victor Herbert's 
"The Student Prince." The closing highlight of the 
season was the concert of the Louisville Symphony 
Orchestra. 







U%{f's Who m American Colleges 
and Universities 



This is the fourth year that Pikeville College has participated in Who's 
Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Each school 
is assigned a quota based on enrollment. Juniors, seniors, and graduate stu- 
dents still enrolled in the school are eligible for nomination. Nominees are 
selected by a campus committee on the basis of Scholarship, (B Average), 
Citizenship, Participation, and Leadership in academic and extracurricular 
activities, and general promise of future usefulness to business and society. 

This committee, which was composed of faculty and students, felt that 
these fine young ladies and gentlemen met the requirements listed above. 



Mary Jane Canupp 



Commodore Craft 





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Sally Shannon Miller 




Sue Ann Sexton 



Gary Bruce Johnson 




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"future Zeachers of the year 




Mrs. Saundra F r a 1 e y Branham, 
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray 
Fraley of Wayland, Ky. Graduate 
of Wayland High School. Major — 
Elementary Education. 



Each year the S.N.E.A. honors those senior members 
whom we feel have taken an active part in the organi- 
zation. They are selected on the basis of scholarship, 
citizenship, activities in the organization, and they must 
have had student teaching during the present school 
year. The Future Teachers of the Year are chosen by 
a committee of the organization, and the president of 
the organization. 

This year the S.N.E.A. is proud to honor six mem- 
bers who have adequately met all qualifications. The 
Future Teachers of the Year are Saundra Branham, 
Mary J. Canupp, Gary Johnson, Barbara McCoy, Betty 
Smith, and Janice Smith. 



Miss Mary Jane Canupp, Daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Canupp of 
Belfry, Kentucky. Graduate of Bel- 
fry High School. Major — Elemen- 
tary Education. 





Mr. Gary Bruce Johnson, Son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Johnson of 
Shelby Gap, Kentucky. Graduate of 
D o r t o n High School. Major — 
Elementary Education. 



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Mrs. Barbara McCoy, Daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cochran of 
Huddy, Kentucky. Graduate of Bel- 
fry High School. Major — Elemen- 
tary Education. 



Mrs. Betty Swindall Smith, Daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Swin- 
dall of Burdine, Kentucky. Gradu- 
ate of Jenkins High School. Major 
— Elementary Education. 





Mrs. Janice M. Smith, Daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Smith of 
Banks, Kentucky. Graduate of Rob- 
inson High School. Major — Ele- 
mentary Education. 



Zeacher of the year 



The S.N.E.A. elected and honored Mrs. Clara Walsh 
as the Teacher of the Year for her outstanding service 
to Pikeville College. 




Linda Reed 





Janet LeMaster 



Bonnie Caudill 



Christmas Queen 





Loretta Justice 
QUEEN 



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Muriel Plymale 



Shelby Stanley 



and Attendants 1964 





Gaylen Short 



Pamela Young 



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Mo me coming Queen J 964 




Cathy Thomas, Carolyn Frazier, Judy McCoy, Jenny Vin- 
ciguerra, Shirley Roberts. 





Coronation of Queen Shirley 




Cheerleaders in parade 



Homecoming Queen 1964 
Miss Shirley Roberts 



Pikeville High School Band Led the Parade 



The Dance following the Ballgame 





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M>ss Kemucky Kumer-Up 



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Spring High 



May "Day — 1Q63 




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Dancers congratulating the Queen after the Program. 



jC 10 fits of 1964 



Passion Play Scene 




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Peach Orchard Players 
j Presented — Jiamtj 





Presented by the 
faculty — 

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The preceding pages have given the reader a record of 
the past school year. We are proud of our seventy-five year 
history and to tell it many words could be written and many 
pictures printed. However, space limits us to a few memories 
of the past in these selected pictures. 



Pictures courtesy of: 
Mrs. N. A. Chrisman and 
Mr. John M. Yost 



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DR. JAMES F. RECORD 

President of Pikeville College 1899-1911 and 1915-1932 



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THE FIRST GRADUATING CLASS OF PIKEVILLE COLLEGE 




Nona Connolly Bowles 

Sid Gray 

Liza Syck Walters 



PIKEVILLE COLLEGE ACADEMY GRADUATION CLASS OF 1920 




Lora Rogers, Louise Hughes Hobbs, Thelma Morgan McClelland, Bessie Riddle Arnold, 
Sally Vicars Dotson, Mary Elizabeth Michael, Sarah Crawford. Harrison Bowles, Dorris 
Music, Thomas Harmon, Paul Riddle, Charles King, and Cecil Greer. 



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Standing:— 7—-, Alice Childs, M. I. Spil- 
man, Dr. Record, — Tackaberry, T. M. Rid- 
dle, Alice Record, English K. Kendrick, 
Gene Auxier. Seated: Sarah Wilson Hudson, 
William M. Justice, Ruth Greer Crane, Da- 
vid Noble, Bess Craig, Wendell McGee, 




^ouf: — ? — , James F. Record, W. C. Con- 

dit, -?--?-. 



Back Row: Katherine Marshall, — Coach — , 
Frank McClelland, — ?— , B. B. Riddle, 
Bess Alice Craig, English K. Kendrick, 
Mary I. Spilman. Front Row: Elizabeth Mar- 
tin, Kiddoo Simmons, — Hatfield, — ? — , 
— ? — , Ruth Crane, Lena Crist Brooks, — 
Schramm, Alice Record, — ? — , — ? — . 





CHOIR 

Front Row: Fannie Smith, Mrs. Neil, Sher- 
ilda Huffman Coleman, Ruth Harmon, 
— ? — , Madelyn Childers Hatcher. Back 
Row: Ella Marie Stone Dantzler, Tom-E 
Huffman, Allie Scott, — ?— , Marie Potter, 
Blanche Foggsong. 




Back Row: Thomas Harmon, — ? — Middle 
Row: Dorris Music, Tom Huffman, Harrison, 
Bowles. Fro)?t Roiv: Gene Auxier, Paul Riddle, 



Back Rotv: Ora (Pet) Hatcher Yost, — Johnson, Irene Spears. 
Front Row: Lora Marie Rogers, Bessie Riddle Arnold, Thelma 
Morgan. 





TENNIS TEAM OF 1928 






P. C. BASKETBALL TEAM 1919 

Front Rotv: — Scott, Dorris Music, Cecil 
Greer, Back Row: Walter Walters, Paul Rid- 
dle — ?— . 




1920 FOURTH OF JULY PARADE 





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Spi^rts 




basketball 



Talking it over with the coach ! 




A Kebuild'mg year 



Pikeville College's 1964-65 cage team was on the short end of the scoring 
most of the time but was one of the best hustling teams in years. PC won 
eight and lost twelve for the season, and placed in the KIAC with a 2-8 mark. 

Five of the squad members were freshmen who gained valuable experience 
in their first campaign. Veterans Doug Fuller and Don Blair provided the 
rebounding with the bulk of the scoring by Terry Epling and Chuch Taylor. 

Individual one-game high marks for the -season found Terry Epling scoring 
the most points with thirty-five against Cumberland College. Terry also con- 
nected with the most field goals again against Cumberland. Don Blair led with 
the most free throws and the most rebounds with eleven and eighteen re- 
spectively. 

This year saw the beginning of a Pepsi Invitational Tournament at Pikeville 
with Georgia Southern winning it and Don Blair and Terry Epling being 
placed on the all tournament team. 

At the end of the season Terry Epling was placed on the all KIAC Team. 

With only P. D. Scott graduating, this should mean a strong squad for 
next year's cage battles. 

PIKEVILLE COLLEGE BEARS 



"Get your finger out of my eye!" 





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Terry Epling 

Sophomore 

6' 0" 

•Matewan, West Virginia 



Two for Terry ! 





Looks good, but will he make it. 




Doug Fuller 
Sophomore 
6' 6" 
Haysi, Virginia 



Chuck Taylor 
Junior 
5' 11" 
Waynesville, Ohio 



One for the "Moose" 





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Don receives special instruction from the Coach. 



Don Blair 

Sophomore 

6' 2" 

Virgie, Kentucky 




Woofter stretches for two. 




Bill Woofter 

Sophomore 

€ 8" 

Pikeville, Kentucky 





Who's going to get the ball Gary? 



Gary Newman 

Junior 

6' I" 

Grethel, Kentucky 




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"Wish Coach would put me in the game. I'd show them." 



P. D. Scott 

Senior 
y 10" 
Chattaroy, West Virginia 







John is getting in practice. 




John Doug Hayes 

Freshman 

6' 3" 

Pikeville, Kentucky 





Jim Simpson 

Freshman 

6' 2" 

South Shore, Kentucky 



Jim watches from the bench. 




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Dave Clymer 

Junior 

6' 1" 

Martinsville, Indiana 




Tommy Hall 

Freshman 

6' 1" 

Betsy Layne, Kentucky 




Only one shot, Bronley. 



Larry Sturgill 

]unior 

5' 8" 

BoonsCamp, Kentucky 



Richard Maynard 

Freshman 

6' 6" 

Johns Creek, Kentucky 





Bronley Williams 

Freshman 

6' 2" 

Wayland, Kentucky 



122 



Score 



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Score 



91 


Pikeville 


Lee's Jr. College 


88 


76 


Pikeville 


Clinch Valley 


69 


19 


Pikeville 


Cumberland 


65 


92 


Pikeville 


Lee's Jr. College 


79 


82 


Pikeville 


Phelps 


71 


73 


Pikeville 


Clinch Valley 


99 


83 


Pikeville 


Easr Tenn. 


77 


93 


Pikeville 


Phelps 


81 


77 


Pikeville 


Phelps 


85 




Front Rotv: Coach Butcher, Keith Howell, Joe Dingus, Junior Newsome, 
Tommy Hall, Coach Yelverton. Back Rotv: Tom Woofter, Jim Simpson, 
Richard Maynard, Dean Stewart, Ted Soper, Ronnie Moore. 





Georgia Southern Wins the Pepsi Invitational Tournament. 



Circle K Cheerleaders at Varsity-Freshman game. 




Sad Sack? 



MANAGERS: T. Bower, P. Vinciguerra, D. Stein- 
er, R. Setser. 




Irene Hopki 





Jean Reynolds 




Cathy Thomas 



124 Naomi Runyon 





Pamela Young 



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Men's intramural, with approximately sixty per cent of the men students 
participating experienced a good year under the guidance of athletic director, 
Laney Yelverton. The program now includes seven sports with football, 
basketball, and Softball leading in participation. Awards are given for champi- 
onship teams, and those men with a large number of merits are honored 
at the annual athletic banquet. 



Intramurals for women are sponsored throughout the year by the women's 
athletic association. Inter-collegiate competition in women's sports was also 
started this year and appears to be gaining favor. 








Contented faces of Co-Editors as a result of dead lines met ! 



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The 
HIGHLANDER 



J. J. >KX)RP:. President V. E. BEVIXS. Cashier 

LINTON TRIVETTE. Vice President B. A. RATLIFF, Asst. Cashier 



The 
Pikeville National Bank 

PIKEVILLE. KENTUCKY 



4% on Savings Account 



Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent 



11a savs Mr. McClcH.ind kept her in "expansion hall" 
thiriy minutc>. if half an hour had that effect on 11a, we 
vote that Mr. MeClelland keep BLinche, Kdythi VVayland 
and Maxie about a week. 



Francis, Francis & Trivette 



General Insurance 



PIKEVILLE. 



KENTUCKY 



lAdmtiseme^ts 



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Today's kind of living calls for 
two kinds of Pepsi-Cola. Drink 
famous regular Pepsi for the 
clean, bold taste... plus energy 
to liven your pace. Enjoy new 
Diet Pepsi- Cola when you want 
honestto-Pepsi taste, lively Pepsi 
sparkle.. .with less than a calorie 
a bottle. Either way, its the official 
drink of today's generation ! 

IF DIET PEPSI IS NOT AVAILABLE IN YOUR AREA IT WILL BE SOON 




"PEPSI-COLA" AND ■■PEPSI" ARE TRADEMARKS OF PEPSI-COLA COMPANY, REG U S PAT OFF. © 1964, PEPSI-COLA COMPAN/ 



EAST KENTUCKY BEVERAGE COMPANY, INC. 



Pikevllle and Hazard, Kentucky 



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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
OF PIKEVILLE 



Wi+h a Branch at 
South Williamson, Ky. 



"Our Youth of Today, 
Our Leaders Tomorrow' 



PIKEVILLE. KENTUCKY 
MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. 



"Gateway to the Breaks of the Big Sandy" 



BETSY ROSS 



IS 



GOOD BREAD 




SPORTLITE GRILL 
& 

CAMERA SHOP 

Cameras — Radios 
Tape Recorders 

And Good Food 



C. AND R. 
OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 

Expert Service 

312 Second Street Phone GE 7-4904 
PIKEVILLE. KENTUCKY 

"YOUR ROYAL TYPEWRITER DEALER" 



MARLEY'S 
PALACE BARBER SHOP 

PHONE 432-2739 

Marley Newsonn 

Paul Dean Justice 

Hatler Newsom 



Compllnnents of 

GENE & MIKE'S 
RECORD SHOP 



349 Main Street 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



CHRISTMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 



General Insurance 

PHONE 437-4086 

"Where Customers Send Their Friends" 



333 Main Street 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



NORMAN A. CHRISMAN 
CHARLES B. CHRISMAN 



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Compliments of 



WATSON'S 



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Pikeville's Leading Department Store'' 



HATCHER HOTEL BLDG. 
PIkeville, Kentucky 



RADWAN'S SHOE STORES 


Compliments of 




Division Street 






Pikeville, Kentucky 


HUFFMAN'S 






DRUG STORE 




P. M. POLLACK & SON 

Watches — Diamonds — Jewelry 


Corner of Second 
and Division Street 




Phone GE 7-6779 


PIKEVILLE. KENTUCKY 




Pikeville. Ky. 




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BANK OF PIKEVILLE 




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BRANCHES 
ELKHORN CITY - SOUTH MAYO TRAIL 



PIKEVILLE, KENTUCKY 

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



PAULEY LUMBER 


Compliments of 




ANDERSON'S 


GE 7-6286 


DEPARTMENT STORE 


PIKEVILLE, KENTUCKY 


SECOND STREET 





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Compliments 



MODERN APPLIANCE CO., INC. 

HOME FURNITURE CO., INC. 

VALLEY TELEVISION SERVICE, INC. 



PIKEVILLE, KENTUCKY 




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SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE AT 



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PIKEVILLE 



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PIKEVILLE. KY Dial 437-6983 

CORBIN. KY. _ Dial 528-3213 

HAZARD. KY Dial 436-2512 

NEON. KY Dial 855-2661 

LEXINGTON. KY. 

WHITESBURG. KY Dial 633-2175 

AMONG KENTUCKY'S BETTER STORES 



R. H. HOBBS 
5c to $1.00 STORE 



Main Street. Pikeville. Ky. 

LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED 



"Serving You and Pike County 
for Over 39 Years" 



Francis, Francis and Trivette, Inc. 



General Insurance Since 1911 



Pikeville National Bank Building 



PIKEVILLE. KENTUCKY 



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SANITARY 
DRY CLEANING CO. 



407 N. Second St. 
Pikeville, Kentucky 



Phone 
GE 7-4812 



Engaged? 



Now for the moot romantic shopping 
trip of your life. 



You'll always remember the fun, the romance oi select- 
ing your engagement ring together— 'out it's time for 
good sense, too. And doesn't it make good sense to 
rely on the knowledge and trustworthiness of your 
jeweler v/hen buying a diamond? At our store we have 
earned the coveted title: Registered Jeweler, American 
Gem Soc/ery — awarded annually only to jewelers who 
qualify on the basis of gemological knowledge and busi- 
ness integrity. It costs no more to buy here, and it will 
be such a proud beginning to your long, happy marriage. 



''a name to remember'' 



The care of your fine garments should be entrust- 
ed to those accustomed to cleaning luxurious fab- 
rics. SANITARY'S professional knowledge combin- 
ed with the sicilled hand of the finisher make 
available to you the finest Dry Cleaning. 




G. C. MURPHY CO. 



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PIKEVILLE 



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About campus 




Jndej^ 



Abshire, Genoa 63 

Adams, Deed Jr 63 

Adams, Joyce Ann 46, 86 

Adams, Marianna 63 

Adams, Mary Alice 46 

Adkins, John Adrian 63 

Adkins, Raymond Gary 63 

Administration 21 

Advertisements 127 

Ahmadi, Abdolnabi 63, 88 

Ahkami, Pirous -- 63 

Akers, Harold E. 31 

AUara, Robert Keith .63, 73, 79, 94 

Allen, Robert Carl 62, 63 

Amburgy, Glenda 55, 82 

Anderson, Andy Ayers - 62, 63 

Anderson, Jennifer Lee 63, 73 

Anderson, Patsy Sue 46, 75, 106 

Anderson, Woody Herman 63 

Armstrong, Ellen - 63 

Armstrong, Faith Anne '^6, 78 

Armstrong, William John III 63, 73, 81 

Ashby, Larry Keith 80 

Ashby, Roger Lee 63 

B 

Back, Nancy Ann -- 63 

Bailey, Barbara Jean 55, 89 

Bailey, Benny Ray 

Bailiff, Riley Dean - 63 

Baird, William Jesse 

Baker, Frances Carolyn — 63 

140 



Baker, Rosalee 31 

Baldwin, Charles Franklin . . 55 

Baldwin, David P / AG, 80, 88, 95 

Bales, Antionette G. 46 

Bales, Thomas Samuel 63 

Balkenhol, Kathryn Ann . 63, 86 

Banks, Anna Kay 63 

Banks, Carl Bennett 46, 81 

Barker, Sharon Caroll 88, 55, 86 

Barker, William Henry 55 

Barnett, David Jack 31, 83 

Barnett, James Gordon 55, 80, 81 

Barnett, Marigrace 25, 88 

Bartley, Dexter . 81 

Bartley, Gleda Fern 63 

Barton, Gary Gerald 76, 63 

Beem, Ethel 28 

Begley, Rose Anna 63, 82, 86, 89 

Begley, John Phillip (A 

Belcher, Dalton, M 55, 88 

Belcher, Erma Jean dA. 

Belcher, Danny Chester 55, 88 

Belcher, Roger Lee 55 

Bentley, Anthony Lee 46, 80 

Berg, Henry 26 

Best, Stephen Lee 47 

Bevins, Danny Eugene M 

Bevins, Gypsy Rosemay 46, 89 




Bevins, Mildred Ann 64 

Bevins, Robert Jr 64 

Bickford, Marsha Elaine 46, 83, 94 

Billiter, John Paul 

Billiter, Ruby Jean 46 

Birchfield, Mary Lou 64 

Blackburn, Douglas Lucian 46 

Blackburn, Elster Eugene 55, 82 

Blackburn, Jacqueline 31, 75, 86, 106 

Blackburn, Kelly Ray 64 

Blair, Don L 55, 118, 120 

Blankenship, George M 55 

Blevins, Emma Jane 47, 88 

Blevins, Judy Kay 55 

Blevins, Robert Thomas 30, 31, 88, 94 

Boggs, Paula Annette 55, 83 

Bonnett, Lynne 21, 28, 85 

Booth, Thomas Lee Jr. 31 

Bower, Terry Lee ...47, 80, 81, 88 

Bowling, Donald E 47, 78, 88 

Bowling, Wayne . 47, 75, 78, 81, 87 

Brady, Linda Carol 64, 86 

Brady, Linda Gayle ...64, 79, 83, 89 

Branham, Saundra Fraley 32, 100 

Branham, Sue Whitt 47 

Brooks, Earlyta Claire 47 

Brown, Bruce 21, 86 

Brown, Glenn 26 

Brown, Stephen Cyrus 55 

Broyles, Bernice Lou 47, 83, 8P 

Buntusarnee, Lek 64 

Burgess, Nannie Marie 56 

Burke, Larry Major 47 

Burke, Leo 47 

Burke, Teresa Ann 64 

Butcher, Paul 24, 118, 123 

c 

Campbell, David L 47, 80, 84, 85 



Cantrell, George D 78 

Canupp, Mary Jane 32, 83, 98, 100 

Canupp, Roger Stanley 64, 90 

Carr, David C 47, 83, 84, 85 

87, 89, 107 

Carrico, William E. 

Caudill, Billy Ward 64, 76 

Caudill, Bonnie Sue 56, 76, 79, 82, 102 

Caudill, Jo Ann 48 

Cerdeira, Gary Dean 85 

Chaney, Ernest Wayne 64 

Chaney, Larry F 48 

Charles, Dolly 86 

Chenault, David W 48, 85, 94 

Chapel, Constance Ann 95 




Childers, Jerry Wayne 32, 83 

Childress, Kathleen 32 

Classes 29 

Clay, Colleen Johnson . 32, 73 

Clevinger, Gary Douglas 56 

Clevinger, Hillard Everett 

Clevinger, Roger Dale 64 

Cline, Scottie Ireland 32, 80 

Clymer, Dave Le6n . 48, 118, 122 

Cole, Fulton Henry 64, 88 

Cole, Ronald F 56, 84, 85, 89, 108 

Coleman, Anita Sue 64 

Coleman?, Gary Eugene 64 

Coleman, Gerald P ...48, 76, 74, 77, 81, 94, 89, 84 

Coleman, Harold Gene 64 

Coleman, Patty .- 28 

141 



Coleman, Ronald T. 56, 85, 89 

Collier, Joella Fay 142 

Collins, Lester 56 

Collins, Mitchell 64 

Collins, Wanda Faye 48 

Combs, Janet Marie 64, 82 

Compton, Lavada 28 

Compton, Ona Edith 64 

Compton, Patty Lou 64 

Conn, Barbara 143, 28 

Conway, Phyllis 56 

Coor, Arlen 64 

Cook, Irene Webb _. 33 

Cook, James Edford Jr. 30, 88 

Cool, Lloyd Gordon 33, 8.5 

Cornett, Marion Douglas 48 

Crabtree, Lena Sue 48, 83, 85, 88, 94 

Craft, Commodore ...33, 74, 78, 79, 82, 86, 98 

Craft, James Wiley 54, 56, 76, 82 

Craft, William H 56, 74, 76, 82 

Craig, Arthur W 56, 72, 81, 85, 95, 146 

Crain, Darlene Penelope 86 

Crain, Darrell Clayton 56 




Creelman, Donna Lea 56, 108 

Crisp, Alicia Jeanine 84, 89, 33, 75 

Culton, Alma 27, 82, 123, 143 

Cunningham, Roy Jerome 65 

D 

Dai, Nasser 65 

Dalton, Fran 33, 87 

Dalton, Margaret Faye 65 

Damron, Bobby Joe 48 

Damron, Julia Lynn 48, 78, 84, 87, 89 

Damron, Rediford 21 

Damron, Robert 48, 74, 78, 94, 96 

Damron, Vonda L. 65, 82, 86 

Daughtrey, Velda 28 

Daniel, Violet Marie 65, 73, 79, 82, 86 

Davis, Brenda Joyce 65, 88 

Davis, Freddy C. 45, 48 

Davis, Linda Sue 33, 73, 83, 89 

Davis, Mildred 25, 88 

Davis, Sandra 65, 89 

Day,* Franklin - 26 

Day, Gail Rose 56 

Deel, Bonnie Sue 48, 87 

Deel, Mary Lou 56, 82, 83, 94 

Dinniston, Francs Dianne 63, 77, 85, 86 

Dingess, Joe Bryant 65, 123 

Dotson, Eskie Gene 65 

Dotson, Patricia Elaine .-.. 56 

Draughn, Virginia Alice 49, 83 

Duke, Joe H -.- 83 

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Easterling, Emma Carol 88, 65, 82 

Ekhart, Robert E. Jr 56 

Edwards, Maie S 65 

Elkins, Robert Lee - 65 

Elkins, Stella - -- 25, 108 



142 



1 llison. W'lin.i Ruth 
nplinj;, Allen 
Hplini;, Judy Eagle 
Epling, Terry 
Etzel, Susan Ann - 



34 
44, 89 

56 

56, 118, 119 
62, 65, 124 



Faculty 

Features 

Fields, James Earl 

Fields, Louella (Reynolds) 
Fisher, Kirby Preston . 

Fletcher, Jimmy Ronald 

Foit, Robert S. ... 

Ford, Ruth 

Foster, James Arthur 

Francis, Larry Fon 

Francisco, Thomas Bruce 

Franklin, Larry Richard 

Frazier, Stephen Nicholas . 

Freshmen 

Friend, Kelsey Jr 



19 

- 91 

- 57 

.. ... .. . 57 

65, 94 

49, 81, 82 

49 

... 49 

34, 83, 94 

57 

.. 142, 34 
65, 89, 94 

34, 80, 83 

62 

57, 77 




Friend, Thomas Edward 65 

Frye, O. F 24 

Fuller, Douglas 57, 118, 119 

G 

Gallagher, Mary Elizabeth 65 



Gallion, Danny Lee 
Gengcnbach, Linda Jean 
George, Mary Belle 
Gibson, Doris Ailene 



65 

34, 75, 79, 83, 89, 95 
22,96 

57 



Gibson, Rodney Dale 65 

Gillespie, Anita Gaye 65,83 

Gillispie, Ernestine 65 

Godwin, Larry Ralph 57, 82 

Goff, Judy Lee 65 

Going, Alice T 25,85,96 

Going, Herbert 25, 81, 85 

Goodman, Christina .. . 22, 74, 84, 108 

Goodman, Jimmy R. . 57, 77 

Gray, Jane Lee 

Greene, David Keith .. 65 

Greer, Robert Earl 49 

Griffith, Hanna Pat 57, 82 

Grigsby, Bettie Sue . 35 

Gullett, Johnnie Bert 



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Hacke, Robert 22,90,108 

Hale, Janalyn G 57 

Hale, John Fred 57 

Hall, Doris Ilene . 57, 76, 77, 88, 89 

Hall, Joan Carol 66 

Hall, Lois Maxine 66 

Hall, Sharon Louise 105 

Hall, Tommy D. 94, 118, 122, 123 

Hall, William Woodrow 49 

Hallgreen, Jean Mary , 66, 79 

Hamilton, Margery Louise 57 

Hammer, David Scott 49 

Haney, Telma 22, 86 

Hantak, Carol May 66, 82, 84, 89 

Harris, Joe H. Jr. 66 

Hatfield, J. B 49, 75, 78, 90 

Hatfield, Judith Kay 66 

Hatton, Donald Wayne 57 

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Hawkins, Anita 66 

Hayes, Haskew Jr 66, 94 

Hayes, John Doug _ __ ._ 66, 118, 121 

Heagen, Robert Joseph 58 

Henry, William John 94 

Hereford, Thomas May 49 

Herndon, Maurice Gordon 35, 80, 84, 85 

Hickman, Glema Faye 

Hicks, Francis Gene 49 

Hilsheimer, Terry Anne 82, 84, 89 

Hilty, Judith 66, 82, 89 

Hinchman, David D 35 

Hinton, Spears 35, 74, 80, 84, 85, 90, 173 

Hockenberry, Richard W 58, 79, 82, 89 

Honaker, Martha 58 

Honaker, Teddy Roy 58, 88 

Hood, J. Paul .. 66 

Hoover, Howard Paul 58, 82, 84, 89, 108 

Hoover, Roberta 20, 108 

Hoover, W. Howard 21, 74, 80, 108 

Hopkins, Opal Irene 66, 82, 124 

Home, Vyron Harold 66 

Howard, Dennis Eugene ..-.. . 58, 80 

Howe, Linya Ann 66, 82, 89 

Howell, George Charles 66 

Howell, Jeannine 

Howell, Keith Alan 123 

Hudson, Joseph D. 62, 66, 85 

Huey, Karen Annette 49, 83, 84, 89 

Huffman, Stephen Milton 35 

Hughes, Thomas Everett 50 

I 

Ison, Godeon Douglas ..-. 66 

J 

Jackson, Ronald George 50 

Jackson, Victoria E. ...-. 58 

144 

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Pikcviih Coi/co;c Debating Team 



Jarman, B. H 20, 96, 123, l4l 

Jarrell, Jimmy Dale 35 

Jenkins, Barbara Sue _ 66 

Jinks, Willard. 26 

Johnson, Bobby James 66 

Johnson, Fon Michael 58 

Johnson, Gary Bruce 36, 78, 83, 99, 100 

Johnson, Glenda Lou 36 

Johnson, Linda Lou 145, 36 

Johnson, Madelyn Gail 58, 82 

Johnson, Norene 36 

Johnson, Okie 50 

Johnson, Shirley Ann 66, 82 

Jones, Calvin P. 25, 78 

Jones, Carol Ann 58, 79, 82 

Jones, Chrystine 36 

Jones, Edith 50, 72, 79, 82 

Jones, John Paul 22, 89 

Jones, Margaret E 22, 89 

Jones, Marlian Kent 66 

Jones, Ray Allen 

Juniors - - 45 

Justice, Arlie Davis 58 

Justice, Billie Joe -- 66 

Justice, Elster - 66 



Justice, Janie Carol 67 

Justice, John Cleveland 67 

Justice, Linda Lucille 58, 83 

Justice, Loretta ._ 67, 73, 102 

Justice, William Howard 36 

Justus, Billy Ray 81 

Justus, Charles Harold 37 

Justus, Hershel Kenneth 66 

Justus, Thomas _ 88 

K 

Keene, Connie Lynn 67 

Keen, James Lee 67, 88 

Keene, William Hubert 54, 58, 72, 79, 146, 85, 95 

Kelly, Marion 22, 87, 108 

Kendrick, Margarette Ann 67 

Kendrick, Mary R. 50 

Kidd, Jerry 50 

Kidd, Tanya Mae 50, 83 

Kilgore, Beverly Kaye 85, 67, 73 

Kilgore, Ralph T. 21 

Kinder, Glen Keith 67. , 82 

King, Jack Ryan 67 

King, John Reid 58 

Knaell, George Eugene 58, 81, 87, 90 

Kober, Diane (Swetel) 67 

Kupadakuind, Kitti _ _. 67 

L 

Lafferty, Edsel Ray 90, 50 

Lafferty, Gladys Ann 67, 73, 85 

Lane, Douglas Allen 67, 90 

Lawson, Camilla Fae 37 

LeMaster, Janet ...37, 72, 73, 74, 75, 88, 102, 126 

Leswing, Margaret Lynn 67, 86, 89 

Leuzzi, Alexander Anthony .45, 50, 80, 84, 85, 95 

Leuzzi, Darwin Louis 59 

Levstik, Frank Richard 37, 50, 74, 76, 77, 81, 87 



Little, Edwin Porch Jr 67 




Little, Hiram Jr. 67 

Little, Jack Joseph 67 

Little, Kerbit Jimmy 80 

Little, Marie 37, 78 

Lockhart, Evelyn Ruth 59 

Looney, Willie Ray 

Lowe, Barbara Ann 78 

Lowe, Blanche 82, 59 

Lowe, Charles E. 50 

Lowe, Edwin 51, 80, 90 

Lowe, John Clayton 59, 76 

Lucas, Larry Layne 

Luxmore, Roberta - 37, 83 

Mc 

McCardell, Delmar Alden 80, 75, 59, 84, 94, 108 

McConnell, Richard - 27, 82 



McCoy, Barbara Ann 38, 83, 101 

McCoy, Judith Ginger 30, 38, 104 

McGuire, Grace Eileen 68, 83 

McMillan, Michaes John - 51, 82, 84 

M 

Manwaring, Betty Lou 

Marshall, Nancy Gail .-.. - 67 

Martin, Delia Jones 67 

145 



Matney, Elmer Basil 67 

Matthis, Carol Jean 51, 89 

May, Annah 59, 82, 86, 88 

May, John Paul 67 

Maynard, Kenneth Roy 38 

Maynard, Larry 67 

Maynard, Richard James . 118, 122, 123 

Meade, Crate Jr 51 

Meade, James Ronald 38,90 

Meade, Lucian Irvin 51 

Miller, James S 38, 74, 80, 90 

Miller, Jimmy Jack 68, 77 

Miller, Sally S 99 

Miller, Wray 27 

Mims, Beverly W. 51 

Minckley, William Ivan 78, 84, 89, 51 

Moore, Barbara Sue ... 51, 75, 107 

Moore, Francis Eillene 59, 74 

Moore, Ronnie Dean 59, 123 

Moore, Sandra Ruth 59, 82, 95 

Morazes, Craig Michael 68 

Morland, Mary Patricia 59, 82, 84, 89 

Mullins, Billy Ray 39, 83 

Mullins, Connie Sue 68 

Mullins, Donald Gene 68 

Mullins, Larry Eugene 59 

Mullins, Lenville Jr 68 

Mullins, Lowell Reed 39, 83, 88 

MuUin, J. Michael 108, 38, 75, 82, 84 

Murphy, Bryon Franklin 68, 90 

Murphy, H. Carolyn 45, 51, 83, 85, 104 

Murphy, James William 68 



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Nagle, Frank W. 90, 51, 79, 81, 82, 89 

Nagle, Mary M 79, 82, 83, 84, 86, 89 

Newman, Gary 51, 95, 118, 120 

Newsome, Lester 68 

Newsome, William Jr 59, 123 

146 



Nikzad, Mehrdad Hamadani 68 

Noot, Jutta Hildegard .. 68, 82 

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O'Bryan, Linda 59, 82 

Olmsted, Linda J. -...\^. 59, 85 

O'Quinn, Peggy Loretta .. ^ 68, 79 

O'Quinn, Shelby Deel 51 

Organizations 71 

Osborne, Doris B 68 

Osborne, Helen B 24, 96 

Osborne, James Douglas ^.... 59 

Owens, Ernest Julian 80 

P 

Parsons, Ida Lyvonne - 51, 83 

Patierno, Danny 68 




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Pierallini, Louis Thomas .. 68 

Perry, Lois . 39, 83 

Phillips, Augustine 68 

Pierce, Mary Lou 52, 75, 79, 82, 84, 89, 95 

Pinson, Janice Carol 68 

Pinson, Sandra Dee 39, 73, 85 

Plummer, Louisa 26 

Plymale, Muriel Sue 52, 73, 103 

Preston, Ishmael Jr . 59 

Preston, Wilbur . 39, 75, 86, 108 

Prince, Richard James 68 



Pui^h, Charles F 40, 80 

Pulver, James A 68 

R 

Ramey, Clara Ann 54, 60, 85 

Ramey, Jane Lou - 60 

Ratliff, Bonnie 68 

Ratliff, Brady Lee .._ 68, 94 

Ratliff, David Jack 52 

Ratliff, John W. 68 

Ratliff, Racine 28 

Reed, Jerry Gene 52 

Reed, Linda 40, 102 

Reedy, Claude Jr 68 

Reynolds, Norma Jean 68, 73, 124 

Reynolds, Patricia Sue 69 

Rice, James Charles 69 

Richmond, Anita Carol 60 

Ritchie, Louella 40, 82 

Roberson, Nan Marlene 69, 75, 83, 86 

Roberts, Clyde Maxwell 60 

Roberts, Martha Gail 69 

Roberts, Morgan Dwight 52 

Roberts, Shirley Faye 40, 75, 86, 104 

Robinson, Donald Blake 69 




Robinson, Roy H. 59 

Rogers, Rebecca Susan 69 

Rowe, Leslie Hugh 60 

Rowland, Elmon Carl 52 

Rowlett, Patty Gail 69 

Rowlett, Roy David yg 

Rudd, Lucian 45, 52, 75, 81 

Runyon, Meriel Naomi 69, 83, 87, 124 

Ryan, Betty Lou 40, 83 

s 

Sammons, John David 52 

Schnell, Henry Clif Jr 69, 89 

Scott, Eleanor 60 

Scott, Palmyra 69 

Scott, Paul Douglas 30, 41, 74, 78, 80, 121 

Seiser, Carl A. 69, 90 

Senior Class . 30 

Setser, Rodger Dean 41 

Seventy-Fifth Anniversary HO 

Sexton, Shirley Louise 69 

Sexton, Sue Ann 41, 83, 99 

Short, Gaylen Sue 75, 103 

Sigvartsen, Neil John 69, 81 

Simpson, James Howard 62, 69, 118, 121, 123 

Six, Charles Edward 52 

Skeens, Darlene 69 

Slone,John Lewis 123 

Slone, Magdalene 41, 83, 86 

Slone, Ogie Lee 60 

Smith, Beatrice 75 

Smith, Betty S 4l, 83, 101 

Smith, Brenda Sue 69, 88 

Smith, Carolyn 69, 73 

Smith, Janice Mae 101 

Smith, JoAnn . 69 

Smith, Monte Ray 69 

Smith, Sherman Bruce 69 

Soper, William Theodore 69, 123 

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Sophomores ^. 54 

Sowards, Don Gordon 

Space, Judy Carol . 69, 73, 86 

Sparks, Ella Louise 52 

Sparks, Major Harold 41, 88 

Spears, Thelma R 42 

Spencer, Linda Gay 69 

Spencer, Lowell Edward 

Spilman, Mary I 28, 96 

Sports 117 

Spurlock, James T. Jr. 

Staff ., 28 

Stamper, Mary Frances 42 

Stanley, Jack Calvin 70 

Stanley, Shelby Ann 70, 72, 76, 103 

Staton, Lois Ann 42, 83 

Staton, Tana Marie 42 

Steele, Jimmy Dorsel 72, 74, 79, 81, 95, 126 

Steiner, David Paul 42, 80 

Stepp, Patsy Louise 70 

Stevenson, G. Karen . 75, 83, 86, 106, 148 

Stewart, Dean 52, 123 

Stiltner, Florene 52 

Storrs, Richard Paul 70 

Stratton, Gladys Irene 60, 88 

Stratton, Wanda Sue 70 

Sturgill, Jimper Dennis 70, 122 

Sturgill, Larry Burns -- 53 

Suntrapak, Piti - 60, 88 

Supcoe, Dana - 53 

Sutherland, Betty June - -- 70 

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Swanston, John Timothy 54, 60, 76, 82 

Sweeney, Sandra Gay 53, 75, 84, 85, 95 

Syck, Judy Marnette 53, 82 

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Tackett, Evangeline Judy 70 

Tackett, Hannah Sue 70 

Tackett, James Madison 60 

Tackett, Layne ..\ 22, 76, 77, 85 

Tackett, Lynn Randall . 70 

Taylor, Charles F 53, 118, 119 

Taylor, James Alfred 70, 76 

Taylor, Nancy 28 

Thacker, Garfield Gerald 

Thomas, Cathy Anne 86, 104, 124 

Thompson, Hazel Lorraine 60, 88 

Thompson, Kelly G. 42 

Thompson, Ronald Dean 60 

Thompson, Truman Jr. 43 

Thornsbury, Karen Gayle 60, 88 

Turley, Ellen Elizabeth 43, 83 

Turner, Bobbie Jo 43, 83, 86 

Turner, Golden Victoria 70, 82 

Turner, John Kenneth 43 

Turner, V. O 24, 79 

Tussey, Clifford 53 

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Varney, Carl Edward 61 

Viers, Charles T 53 

Viers, Mildred Kay 53 

Vinciguerra, Philip 61, 74, 76, 77, 80 

Vinciguerra, Virginia Catherine 104, 108 

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Waddell, John 21, 24, 90, l4l 

Wagner, Frances Jacqueline 43 



Walker, Elizabeth Colleen 53 

Wallace, Emma Y ^ 61 

Wallace, Kenton Jr. 70 

Walsh, Clara 24, 83, 101, 123 

Watko, Thomas Michael 61, 81, 84 

Webb, Alice Vivian 43 

Webb, James Edward 70 

Webb, Ramona Sue 44, 78 

Webb, Virgil Edwin 44 

Weber, Marquerite 23 

Wells, Judy Dell 70, 73, 85 

West, Mary Ann 70, 94 

Whalen, Shirley Jean 44 

Whitt, Juanita 61, 82, 83 

Williams, Bronley 70, 95, 118, 122 

Williams, Magalene 53 

Williams, Roger Lee 70 

Williamson, Bertha Lucille 44, 83 



Williamson, Dorothy Gail 74, 79, 82, 84, 108 

Wilson, Elizabeth ! 26 

Wilson, Myrtle Louise 61 

Wilson, Patricia I 83 

Wolf, Edward Henry 70 

Woodall, Deloris Ann 44 

Woofter, Thomas Edmiston 70, 123 

Woofter, William Clinton II 61, 118, 120 

Wyskowski, Thomas Stephen 83 

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Yelverton, Howard L 23, 118, 123 

Young, Colin R 53 

Young, Marilee .. 70 

Yeo, Cedric 23 

Young, Pam 61, 79, 81, 83, 86, 103, 124 

Young, Ronald T 61 



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